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One block wonder

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Something Fishy – OBW #81 & the Wedge Star Tool | If These Threads Could Talk

Something Fishy was made with fabric called Atlantis by Sentimental Studios for Moda. I have had this 6 yard piece in my One Block Wonder (OBW) stash for 12 o 13 years. Evidently I like to age my f…

Using Panels for a One Block Wonder – If These Threads Could Talk

Have you seen some of the wonderfully creative One Block Wonders (OBW) made using precut panels? If you haven’t you should join the Facebook group “One Block Wonder Quilt Forum…

In the Studio with Bobby…One Block Wonder – Quilts & Quilts The Fabric Shoppe

Hey Everyone, Bobby here. I have a great project to share with you today. We are going to play around with a Panel version of a One Block Wonder quilt! I don’t know about you, but I am REALLY ex…

Using Panels for a One Block Wonder – If These Threads Could Talk

Have you seen some of the wonderfully creative One Block Wonders (OBW) made using precut panels? If you haven’t you should join the Facebook group “One Block Wonder Quilt Forum…

ABB Quilts: One-Block Wonder - Getting started. All of these from one piece of fabric! Love the variations!

I'm using this book as a guideline to making my own one-block wonder quilt. The book has pretty clear instructions, and the photo illustrations are really good. The technique isn't new by any means (anybody remember Stack and Whack by Bethany Reynolds?!) and it uses a ton of fabric, but at least it's just ONE fabric. And there's the beauty of it - one fabric that produces a hundred different blocks. You'll see. Follow along with me..... The fabric I'm using isn't what I would have picked out…

Video tutorial: Kaleidoscope quilt - Also called one block wonder or whack and stack

One of my favourite things in quilting is hexagon blocks and I just love kaleidoscope blocks. To make a kaleidoscope quilt, you only need fabric with a large print and 6 print repeats. Each block i…