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Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt Showcasing fabrics doesn’t have to be a difficult task. With a pattern like the Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt, the straight-forward approach to using layer cakes and charm pack quilt patterns easily displays not only beautiful fabric, but an always eye-catching rectangular quilt block pattern. Such a lovely easy quilt pattern would be perfect as a lap quilt, a picnic pattern, or even some pretty free bed quilt patterns. Every quilter should have a versatile easy quilt design like this to use when they have fabric they really want to show off.

Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt another idea

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Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt
Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt

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The simplest and quickest quilt technique is using blocks of stones. Even if you have never sewn before, it is possible to make a stone quilt with a simple, straight cut.

Start by cutting two sheets of 1/2 inch thick plywood. Cut one of the boards in half, to get two pieces of 1/4 inch thick plywood. Mark the direction of the seam line on the 1/4-inch-thick board, and use a degree saw to cut the board in half at the seam line.

  • Cut two 1/2 inch thick stone slabs. Cut each of the slabs in half, to get four pieces of 1/4-inch-thick stone. Mark the direction of the seam line on the 1/4-inch-thick slab, and use a stone cutter to cut the slab in half at the seam line.
  • Glue the two sheets of plywood together, with the flat side out. Be sure to leave a space between the slabs so that the stone pieces can be inserted.
  • Apply glue to the edge of each stone piece, and insert them into the opening between the plywood boards. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue on the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.¬† Good pattern Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt?
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide and inches long.
  • Run the glue around the edge of one side of the piece of fabric, and insert it into the opening between the plywood sheets. Wait until the glue dries.
  • Cut a piece of quilt fabric 4 inches wide and inches long. Fold the fabric in half, to get a piece of fabric 2 inches wide.

The pattern what you go download is by Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilter. And you can be full pattern here in link in site modafabrics.worpdress.com

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