Single design quilts, those where a single quilt block has been enlarged to quilt size, are becoming more and more popular. One large block can create a striking quilt. Plus, it’s a lot less work to finish up a quilt made of just one block.
While patterns for single design quilts are readily available, it’s a simple process to enlarge a quilt block to whatever size you want for your finished quilt.
Once you know what you need to cut to create your supersized quilt it’s time to start cutting and sewing. In the following video Heather Jones provides tips for working with big patches for oversized blocks. You’ll find these helpful whether you create your own supersized block or are working from a pattern.
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