Saturday, December 22, 2012

Wreath block tutorial and Merry Christmas!

This may not be new to some of you, but wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas with a fun Wreath block tutorial. I shared this on another blog last year, but don't think I posted it here. Here you go:

Using this template and 4 green prints, cut out 4 leaves. I did a fusible web for my applique. Choose which method you like. I think I used light heat and bond.


Lay them out like this and iron down...


Sew your leaves down to your background. I used a blanket stitch.
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Do the same process for the bow


 Done! Cute little wreath block. Would be a great mini quilt with some borders.

Thanks and Merry Christmas!




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7 comments:

Jess said...

I love this. I create costers for my aids for each season and could not find one to do for christmas. This is perfect and will look good in a smaller size. Thank you for the tutorial. Jess

Noela said...

Lovely block and so quick. Thanks for the tutorial. Will make one for next year. Hugs....

lugarandcompany said...

This is sooo attractive, thanks for sharing!I so love the color choices! You might enjoy my quilt with vintage hankies, just go to the search box on "Quilted Nights..."

Keep up the lovely work! What creative ideas!

Rosa said...

Great block and tutorial.Merry Christmas!!

desertskyquilts said...

It would be! And a great table topper, too. I may have to make some - 1 a month this year. It wouldn't take much time, which is limited around here, but I could make 12 friends happy next year! That gives me a NewFO project.

desertskyquilts said...

Oh, darn, I meant to say thanks for sharing this.

Altax said...

The patterns are great!!! Awesome.

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