Jamaica on Instagram: “Pineapple Log Cabin Block (3x3) I can't decide if I should remake the middle block. The pieces got mixed up and the rainbow diamond turned…”
563 Likes, 85 Comments - Jamaica (@jamaicamakes) on Instagram: “Pineapple Log Cabin Block (3x3) I can't decide if I should remake the middle block. The pieces got…”
How to sew pineapple quilt blocks: it's easy with our new templates! - Love Patchwork & Quilting
This month, we’re getting to grips with the classic Pineapple quilt block! Issue 66 comes with two sets of acrylic templates to make sure your blocks are on point. Can’t wait to get stitching? You’re in the right place. Understanding your templates Each set of templates is comprised of a triangle and trapezoid. The smaller... Continue reading →
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Mini Series Pineapple Quilt Pattern by Allison Glass
As makers we like to leave our mark on what we create by adding a touch that is all our own. But what about the things we use every day? With the Mini Series, turn those items into something extraordinary. Embellish a pin cushion with a tiny pineapple block, add a row of tiny geese to a pencil pouch, surprise a friend with a needle book adorned with a classic courthouse step block. No matter the size, everything we create can make a statement.
Pineapple Block Paper Piecing Tutorial - Quilting Digest
Excellent Instructions for Completing Any Paper Pieced Block! Paper piecing can be a bit intimidating for those who have never done it before. But, it’s really quite simple once you know how. The big benefit of this piecing method is the accuracy you’ll achieve when working with small pieces and blocks with intricate piecing. Plus, …
quilting, quilting and more quilting
Last Saturday night I started cutting out a new quilt! I can't remember the last time I made a stash quilt...usually it's "all scraps, all the time" around here. (Which is fun, don't get me wrong!) The original idea was to make it from low volume fabrics (light values only) and call it "Quiet Christmas". I'm sticking with the name, because I love it, but I decided to use medium values as well, so I wouldn't have to go buy a bunch of new fabric. (I'm still on my fabric fast...139 days…