It’s time for the sixth block tutorial in the Whitney Sews Sampler Sew Along! Haven’t heard about it yet?!? Each month I’ll be sharing a step by step tutorial to make a traditional quilt block as well as how to sew the blocks together to create a sampler style quilt that finishes in a great lap quilt/baby quilt size. This week I’m sharing a tutorial for the Road to Oklahoma block.
I share the step-by-step instructions for sewing the Road to Oklahoma block HERE!
Don’t forget to share a pic of your finished block with #SamplerSewAlong so we all see it!
I hope you are enjoying the quilt-a-long as much as I am! Until next time, Happy Sewing!
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