This Double Churn Dash Block Has Many Uses

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Finish One or Make Several for a Larger Project!

A Churn Dash inside of a Churn Dash makes this block especially interesting. Plus, the block is large so it can be finished off as a table topper or wall quilt.

Or combine several blocks for an eye-catching quilt. The oversized blocks make it an easy project that finishes up quickly.

Double Churn Dash Quilt Block

Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Co. shows how to make the block in the following video. We think you’ll love how easy it is to do.

Click here to watch the video on YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

The finished block is 20″ square.

The quilt behind Jenny is made from 3 blocks across and 4 down. It’s 68″ x 88″.

Double Churn Dash Quilt Block

You’ll need the following to complete the quilt (download the list here):

  • 1 Roll of 2½” Print Strips
  • 2¾ yds. Background
  • 1¼ yds. Contrasting Print
  • 1¼ yds. Border
  • ¾ yd. Binding
  • 5½ yds. Backing


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