How to Make a Pineapple Block Without Paper Piecing |
These Oversized Blocks Have Many Uses!
Do you love Pineapple blocks but dread the idea of paper piecing? While these wonderful blocks are often paper pieced (instructions here), they can also be made without the paper.
The process is similar to making a Log Cabin block. Amanda Jean from Crazy Mom Quilts has written an excellent tutorial showing you how.
Her block is about 16″ square (unfinished), making it a nice size for a mini quilt. Or combine several blocks for a quilt of any size.
You also have the option of omitting the squares in the corners, leaving an octagonal block that can be finished off as a table topper.
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