Thangles Sampler with Flurry Fabrics with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Sep-2016
Valerie talks you through how to make this lovely sampler quilt. It is designed by the Thangles Company.
The blocks use simple squares and half-square triangle units which as so very easy to make with their one-strip method. It uses 2.5 inch strips throughout the blocks and then these blocks are set on point. There are also large plain squares to off-set the pieced blocks, and then setting triangles with corner triangles and, finally, a double mitred border. You get useful advice from Valerie on all of these. The pattern comes complete with all the Thangles papers you will need (and more in fact).
So you just need to raid your stash or select a jelly roll that you have been wanting to find a reason to break into.
The quilt finished approx 53″ wide x 67″ long – so a very manageable size.
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