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Sew With Me – Block #11 – Criss Cross Block

Completely satisfied Thursday mates! It’s time for block #11 in my Sew With Me Quilt-a-long! Be a part of me as I train you the right way to make a number of the most enjoyable and traditional quilt blocks!

All through this collection, I hope to show you some new abilities, suggestions, and methods, and on the finish of the collection, we can have a enjoyable number of blocks to stitch collectively right into a sampler quilt! 

Block #11 is a traditional and classic block often called the Criss-Cross Quilt Block

This enjoyable block is usually known as the cross block, the plus block, the swiss cross block, and quite a lot of different names too! One of many first plus quilts, The Purple Cross Quilt, was made in 1915 utilizing purple cloth to represent the purple cross. Members of the group paid 10 cents to have their names embroidered on the quilt. Every block had a purple cross image and about 40 names embroidered round it!

The unique plus block was set like a standard 9-patch, however we’re stepping it up a notch, and turning it on level! And within the spirit of scrappy, we’re going to take it a step additional and make it tremendous colourful to present it somewhat added curiosity!

In as we speak’s lesson, I’ll present you the right way to flip a block on level to present it somewhat added curiosity!

Able to get began? 

Dive into your scrap bins and are available sew with me!

->>Obtain the Criss Cross Block 11 PDF Sample right here!

Watch my Sew With Me – Criss Cross Block – Block 11 video tutorial right here! 

Provides Utilized in This Video:

I used a colourful mixture of Lori Holt & Bonnie and Camille prints. The purple low quantity is Bee Backgrounds by Lori Holt.



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