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Fat Quarter Traditions Churn Dash

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I have always liked the churn dash block. I wanted to design a quilt using this block that could be made easily and made using smaller amounts of fabric. It is a great way to use up some of your stash. You can go more coordinated or very scrappy. I have included a picture of one that I made with more of a blended watercolor effect. I love that one for spring and summer. I have also included a bonus pattern for a larger churn dash block that I have used to frame an embroidery design that I made for a friend. I like how the churn dash frames it and makes it perfect for hanging on a wall. It would also make a great pillow! This design is also great to feature a fussy cut print, an applique, cross stitch, or whatever you would love for the center of it. I hope you love it as much as I do. Happy Sewing, Jean BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You need to know how to rotary cut and sew a 1/4" seam. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size is approx. 18" square. Larger churn dash single block project is approx. 15" square.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Larger churn dash single block project uses background: 1/4 yd., Frame color (churn dash): 1/4 yd., Binding: 1/4 yd., Backing: fat quarter
  • 5 fat quarters, 1/3 yd. for binding, 2/3 yd. backing
  • The center square is cut to 9 1/4". - But you will want a larger piece if you are doing applique or embroidery so that it can be trimmed down afterwards.

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Happy Sewing Room
Happy Sewing Room
I have been sewing since I was 11 years old. I absolutely love it! I loved it so much that I opened a fabric shop which was open for almost 22 years. I have now retired and am having even more time to sew! I really enjoy designing patterns and I hope that you will enjoy them too! If you would like to see more of what I'm sewing, please check out my blog: www.happysewingroom.blogspot.com or you can like Happy Sewing Room on Facebook. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at hapsew@gmail.com Thank you, Jean