Hello & Good Morning to you on this chilly Australian winter morning!
The heater is pumping, Coldplay are repeating their mellow tunes through my computer speakers and a hot cup of Earl Grey is happily steaming next to me. But most importantly, my fingers are itching to present to you a new Quilt Block Tutorial!
One of the most viewed posts here on my blog is this one. It’s where I first begun sharing the creation of my Jacob’s Ladder Quilt.
And now, two years later, I’ve created a tutorial for those who would like to make this block themselves!
Here’s a quick low-down of the measurement and cutting instructions…
For the 4-Patch Units cut x20 assorted 2.5″ squares.
For the HSTs cut x2 white 4&7/8″ squares and x2 grey 4&7/8″ squares.
The finished size of the 4-Patch & HST units should measure 4.5″.
The finished size of the block should measure 12″.
If you’re planning on making a fair size quilt with this block, I made 16 blocks to make this quilt…
Like I said at the end of the video, if you’re going to give this block a go, take a photo of it and send it to me! You can email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), Tweet me (@3and3quarters) or Instagram me (@3and3quarters)!
I would LOVE to see what you make!
Happy Sewing Friends!
Inspiration for this block:
CRAFTSY | http://goo.gl/7qp40g