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Posts Tagged ‘Granny Squares.’

Granny Square Quilt Block Tutorial – Part 2

Posted on: March 11th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

As outlined here in Part 1 of this tutorial, your intended layout and fabric selections will be used to determine how to make your granny squares quilt. If your layout will be with sashing, you will make BLOCKS. If your layout will be without sashing, you will make ROWS. BLOCKS are made using any of […]

Granny Square Quilt Block Tutorial – Part 1

Posted on: March 11th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

Last week I posted about my completed Granny Square baby quilt and expressed my desire to share a tutorial about the Granny Square.  I was disappointed that I had not thought through the whole process before I began making my blocks.  And wished I had considered the block layout before I began. As I said […]

Granny Square Quilt Blocks

Posted on: March 7th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

What a week!  What started out simple enough has turned into sew much more! Since Monday, I have been working on my very first Granny Square blocks, made from a 20 piece jelly roll of True Colors by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit.  This yielded 20 blocks.  The finished quilt is approximately 33″ x […]

True Colors – Anna Maria Horner

Posted on: March 3rd, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

Thank you, Jessica and Nicole!This little roll of sweetness arrived to brighten up my weekend.It’s a 20 piece roll of True Colors by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit. I won this lovely prize by taking part in the Sewing With Certainty Series, hosted by Jessica on her blog, Quilty Habit. Generously donated by Nicole […]