More Canada big quilt bee blocks – 2017.04.30

This week, I made another 4 blocks for Canada’s Big Quilt Bee.  I used a new-to-me technique.  I made 4 large log cabin blocks (approximately 13 to 15 inches square).  Then I stacked them on top of each other, and sliced through them all to cut them into quarters.

 

 

Then I mixed and matched the quarters, and sewed them back together to make 4 blocks.  For a couple of them, I had to add one or two strips of fabric to make the finished blocks the required size of 12.5 inches square.

 

 

Here are my four new blocks.

 

Here are the blocks I made previously.

 

 

You can read about Canada’s Big Quilt Bee here, and you can see many of the completed quilts on Instagram #bigquiltbee.  More than 600 quilts have been completed so far!

 

Thanks for stopping by.  Today, I’m linking up with these blogs – click on the links below, where you’ll find many other creative and inspirational projects.

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2 Responses to More Canada big quilt bee blocks – 2017.04.30

  1. Michele says:

    I love your blocks!! Great idea for putting a modern twist on a traditional block!!

  2. Hi Terry, that`s a great variation for the blocks. Thanks for sharing on Celebrate – Fêtons 150!

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