How to Achieve Perfectly Square Quilt Blocks

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Learn When to Square-Up Blocks and Four Ways to Do It!

Regardless how carefully you cut and sew, chances are your blocks will not be perfectly square. That’s why it’s important to square up blocks before stitching them together.

However, not all blocks can be squared up. How can you tell? And what do you do if they can’t be made perfectly square?

How to Achieve Perfectly Square Quilt Blocks

An excellent article by Rachel Hauser provides guidance. She covers how to determine which blocks can be squared up and which ones can’t. She also walks you through the squaring up process using differently sized and shaped rulers.

Whether you’re new to squaring up blocks or have been doing it for awhile you’re sure to find many helpful tips in this informative article.

Click here for “The Secrets to Perfectly Square Quilt Blocks”.


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