Sunny Skies Quilt

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Quilting is often a family tradition, passed down from generation to generation, in which his grandmother taught his mother and mother taught him. The quilting is wonderful because you are creating something beautiful in fabric that others will no longer use, it will play out, kind of sutentavel and today we will see a version of the Sunny Skies Quilt. This block is of two forms or simple record – 16 x patch & chevron – but when organized of certain certainty, it gives a more complex design. Fresh, modern and great fun!

In the original pattern of this pattern included two edges, but can leave no border too, making it larger or shifting in size, as you want and prefer to do, the size you want to do that fits into your bed or bedroom space. It used the Corey Yoder Prairie Jelly roll for fashion, 2 3/4 yard fabric accent (Peacock Bella solids) and 2 feet of Bleached Bella solid white fabric. With just a little more fabric than the original pattern requires, we can make a 64 “x 64” quilt that is the size of a perfect quilt pattern!

The blocks filled with sunny sky are constructed with a lower rectangle and a woven loft together, sewing on the diagonal, trimming the excess corner and pressing. Sew and trim the “bonus triangles” to the 3 “finished (3 1/2” unfinished) Half Square Triangles, and then they into a baby rope collection.

With just a little more fabric than the original pattern requires, we can make a 64 “x 64” quilt that is the size of a perfect quilt pattern! Here’s the video tutorial of this standard, and Jenny’s step-by-step and video tutorials are always easy to understand how it’s done. And the best of video tutorials is that if you have a question you can pause or come back anytime!

See too:A Tarted Up Pineapple Quilt

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