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.

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Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt
Simple and Sweet Bricks Quilt

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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