Picture this: It’s September 21, 2018. Quilters from across the globe have gathered in Hamilton, Missouri, for the quilting face-off of the century at our 10th Birthday Bash.
All too soon, the final buzzer sounds. Jenny’s quilt is still in pieces. She is out of time!
Fast forward to today. Jenny’s quilt is finally complete, and it’s a real stunner! (Spoiler alert: Snowballed corners come together as teeny bonus pinwheels! You’re gonna love it!)
We love working with 5″ squares and the simplicity of snowballing them really adds a fun look to your blocks. We hope you enjoy this mini tutorial on the Roundabout Quilt.
In this fun, fast video you can make this darling little Beach Ball Block in a jiffy using only 2.5″ Strips, 2.5″ Squares, and 1.5″ Squares. You will be amazed how quickly you will finish a quilt after snowballing a few corners. Click the button below to watch the mini tutorial as well as the full version with Jenny!
This week’s quilt is a simple, modern beauty. Teeny-tiny triangles form delicate rings on a sea of white.
But the real beauty of this work of art is how simple it is to put together. Just stitch one snowballed corner on each charm, and you’ve got the building blocks for this sweet little quilt! Click HERE watch the tutorial!
Please click HERE or on the above diagram to get a free printable PDF.
I just watched Jenny’s Fence Rail Star tutorial, and all I can think is, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Seriously folks, this quilt is so easy! It’s just strip sets and snowballs, nothing fancy. But somehow, those simple little elements combine to create a gorgeous, intricate pattern of stars and stripes.
Make this one up in red, white, and blue, and you’ll be set for The Fourth of July! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!