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The Baton Rouge quilt block is a breeze to stitch up with half square triangles sewn 8-at-a-time. Add a pinch of strip piecing.

The patchwork is finished before you know it.

Beginner friendly instructions in three sizes. Downloadable cutting chart, block design and coloring page included.

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A Georgia Quilt block is a peach of a block to make, just cut squares and a handful of half square triangles. Beginner-friendly, fully-illustrated instructions in three sizes.

Download your copy of the cutting chart, block design and coloring page today.

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Our Twentieth Century Autograph quilt block is perfect for the beginning quilter.

A bit of strip piecing. A few cut squares and rectangles. That's all you need.

Beginner friendly, fully illustrated instructions to help, especially if you're new to quilting.

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The Honeymoon quilt block, with all its pointy-goodness, doesn't have to be hard.

Quick-pieced QST and 8-at-a-time HST are the techniques we use to get'er done!

Fully illustrated, beginner friendly instructions to help you step-by-step.

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Beginner-friendly, fully illustrated instructions for a Birds in the Air quilt block pattern that includes the variation shown here.

Cutting charts included for 4 different block sizes and for this design variation, too (in 4 sizes).

Quick. Easy. Accurate.

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Our Memory quilt block stitches up in a flash.

Quick-pieced half square triangles. Paper pieced Flying Geese. Both make all this pointy goodness doable...quickly.

Step-by-step illustrated instructions for 6", 9" and 12" finished blocks.

Though our sample is made with just two fabrics, there's no reason that you couldn't use three. And a charting chart is provided for that option, too.

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Michigan Quilt Guilds: Find or add a MI quilting guild to our free directory. Find/share quilt games for meetings. Show and Share your quilt pictures.
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I have both a Creative Sensation and a Sensation Pro II. I am very disappointed in both of these machines and will not buy a Pfaff machine again. I urge
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Free quilt block patterns to tempt quilters of every skill level. Multiple sizes. Free downloadable paper piecing patterns where needed.
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I made this quilt for my grandson as he transitions from crib to twin bed. It's a one-block-wonder, made of about 1000 60-degree, fussy-cut triangles.
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