Stack N’ Whack Quilt Blocks! 4 Videos. It’s Easier Than You Think!

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Seeing is Believing & Cutting Is Key.

Busy Fabrics that you normally wouldn’t think of as making a good Quilt Block work great as a Kaleidoscope.

Find the repeat length of your fabric and use that as the point where to focus on cutting.

The method of stacking exact copies of fabric on top of each other and aligning them so they match exactly as they are sacked up to 8 layers deep is KEY.

LIST OF VIDEO on the Following Next Page(s)

1. Stack n’ Whack Cutting and Pinning

2. It’s all done with Mirrors [Genius  Way to Select Patters]

3. Stack and Whack [Includes Sashing ideas]

4. Stack and Whack to Make Butterflies?

Image: Jill Chanapia Flickr

Bethany Reynolds discovered how to match fabric, stack it, cut it, and stitch it together to make Quilt Blocks with a Kaleidoscope Look. That Video is on the Last Page

Watch the Videos on the Next Pages to see how Easy it is to Create these Amazing Quilt Blocks.

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10 Responses to “Stack N’ Whack Quilt Blocks! 4 Videos. It’s Easier Than You Think!”

  1. Jay Lafooten

    Aug 04. 2015

    Can’t wait to watch the video today after work

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  2. Linda Underwood

    Aug 04. 2015

    Excellent videos.

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  3. Nicky Walker

    Aug 04. 2015

    Is this what you are doing @[100001488908541:2048:Eleanor Dowe]?

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  4. Eleanor Dowe

    Aug 04. 2015

    Not quite – but after doing the S&W, i will be doing a one block wonder!

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  5. Lorraine Scully

    Dec 17. 2015

    Are you doing this course Christine Golub?

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  6. Jeanne Ryan Brandon

    Dec 17. 2015

    Michelle Tardif Yaw look at this one.
    I have had a Kaleidoscope quilt under construction for about 10 years!

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  7. Christine Golub

    Dec 17. 2015

    Yes I am signed up for it. Will have to start looking for some large print fabric in the new year. Can’t wait, it looks cool.

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  8. Julie Rizor Chaney

    Dec 17. 2015

    Retry but I am not here yet

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  9. Addie Romanowski

    Dec 17. 2015

    I have made three if these….love them all

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  10. Shirley Boyd Gardner

    Dec 18. 2015

    Love this!

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