Monday, January 13, 2014

Quilty Fun Sew Along: Quarter Square Triangles

Happy Monday and welcome to Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet's Quilty Fun Blog Tour & Sew Along! We hope you are all caught up and ready to sew some quarter square triangles! Today we are teaming up with Kerry of Sew Deerly Loved to show off these functional, scrap busting blocks. Get out your copy of Quilty Fun and let's get started!
Kim is sewing with a mix of Lori Holt fabric for Riley Blake Designs
Debbie is sewing with the Sidewalks collection by October Afternoon for Riley Blake Designs
These Quarter Square Triangles are the CUTEST scrap busting blocks ever! They fit right in between the charming butterflies & cocoa cups. We bet you can't wait to assemble your sampler!

Download the cutting PDF to get started. Once you sew these blocks, head over to the Quilty Fun Blog Tour & Sew Along Flickr Group and post a photo. THREE winners will be randomly drawn from the pool and announced next Monday. One winner will receive a set of our new Alphabitties, and the other two will receive a 2.5" Rolie Polie of Gingham by Riley Blake!
And to announce the giveaway winners from last week's Trees post. The lucky winners are Hastoomuchfabric, eyvfrasier, and Sewzalot!

Next week we are onto the next block in the sampler, the classic Four Patch with Clover & Violet! For more information and a full schedule of the tour head here.

3 comments:

Mary said...

I think we need more tha 20 Quarter squares cut to make these units. More like 4 x 20. Lots of scrappiness going on this week.

Melanie Varela said...

I love these scrap busters! I have loads of Christmas scraps that I need to use up. The QST's would make a nice throw for the sofa in season (I'd probably have to make several as my children are constantly talking me out of my quilts and throws).

Sue C said...

What a fun way to use up scraps! I love the easiness of the blocks as well! Thank you!
Sue C