One-Block Wonder - Getting started
I'm using this book as a guideline to making my own one-block wonder quilt. The book has pretty clear instructions, and the photo illustrations are really good. The technique isn't new by any means (anybody remember Stack and Whack by Bethany Reynolds?!) and it uses a ton of fabric, but at least it's just ONE fabric. And there's the beauty of it - one fabric that produces a hundred different blocks. You'll see. Follow along with me..... The fabric I'm using isn't what I would have picked out…
Tips Taken Away from my One Block Wonder Workshop
This past Saturday I taught a workshop on the One Block Wonder Technique at the Eastern branch of the Irish Patchwork Society. It was a busy but satisfying day and I think the participants enjoyed it. I don't have a lot of photos from the day, but I thought I'd share those which have resulting blocks in them (pity I don't have everybody's), as well as the tips we were able to take away from the day. I'm really looking forward to seeing the finished quilts, though finalizing the layouts may…
One block wonder--done!
I don't think I'll be doing another one soon, although it was an interesting experience! Thanks for the help I found on this site--the tutorial and
Using Panels for a OBWDownload Charlie the Unicorn, OBW # 70 The Tree, 66′ x 68″, OBW Number 69 Saturday Evening Post, OBW Number 68, Measures 58” x 70” Northern Lights, 64″ x62…
My new quilt
I just finished this top yesterday. I so love doing these. I give 100% of the credit to the fabric designers with these gorgeous colors and patterns.