This week I am so excited to share a new quilt tutorial. Well, new for you…not for me. This is one of the first quilts I ever designed, 12 years ago, the summer after I graduated high school! I am FINALLY turning some of those old design sketches into actual finished quilts!
I actually partnered up with a company called Arteza to create this tutorial. Because of that partnership the companion PDF is FREE! The PDF includes cutting measurements, a colored graphic to help with the piecing, as well as a blank graphic you can print and color to try out other fabric colors. Click HERE to download your PDF! Once you go through the ‘checkout’ process there will be a button to click to download the PDF on that page.
This quilt is made up of four 13 inch blocks for a nice wall hanging size, but feel free to make twelve blocks for the perfect baby quilt size!
Learn how to make the quilt using Whitney’s step-by-step video tutorial. You can find the tutorial HERE!
Make sure to stick around to the end of the video to find out how to enter the giveaway to win some Arteza supplies of your own!
Let me know if you want to see more tutorials showcasing some of my original quilt designs! Until next time, Happy Sewing!
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