Wednesday, April 6, 2016

100 Block Sampler Sew Along

I have been lucky enough to be published in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks for quite a few issues. One of my earlier blocks is called Ladder Up from Volume 6. They are having a sew along so you will find lots of other blocks to make.





It is a variation of the Jacob's Ladder block. It is made up of half-square triangles and squares. Not a difficult block to make. The only difference is, I added triangles to the corners of the block. It is made with a traditional fabric collection by RJR, but can easily be made with batiks or more modern fabrics.

With the triangles on the corners, when you put the blocks together they create a star where they connect.


Those visiting my blog today can be in the drawing for this pattern. Just leave a comment on the bottom of the blog telling me what kinds of fabrics you would use in this block.

Continue to follow the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks to enter the 100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along.

As always: Do what you love and love what you do. Thanks for reading. Toby 

5 comments:

Quilting Tangent said...

Brighter colors maybe purple, yellow/orange. I like the addition of the stars. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Whatever would the quilt world do without HST's

Allison CB said...

Wondering how it would look in batiks?? :)

Anonymous said...

Most definitely I'd do it in Civil War fabrics...my favorites! Can I purchase this pattern? Please let me know how I can get it!

Stephanie Woodward said...

I like this block. Interesting addition.

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