Quilted Tilted block is just too easy, Eva
You made it so simple. Thank you.
Wow, that's pretty cool!
Thanks for the tip! I'll have to use this one..wish I'd have had time to be online before today...I ended up doing tumbling blocks for grandson's ugly fab choices...well not ugly fabrics..but the combination of green, yellow and red..wow.
I can't believe how easy this will be! S. Nelson
im going to try that its great
Great video. You make it look so simple!
looks like fun, thanks
A picture is worth a thousand words. Thanks!
What a great tip! Thanks.
Hi, just wondering if there are any ideas out there for use of the pieces trimmed off? of course they can go into a scrap bag, for future use, but any specific ideas? Thanks so much.
Great video. Never realized how easy this could be.
I always unjoy your video lessons. thanks
will certainly use the easy method, love a verity of titled blocks.
I've admired that tilted square pattern but thought I'd have to ADD a strip to tilt it but SUBTRACTING the triangle is so much easier! Now that I know what to do, it's obvious but it sure didn't occur to me before i saw the video. Thanks so much!
It's just too simple - I'm having so much fun learning all these neat tricks. Thanks a million.
I must be the only one who had to watch this video twice. Not sure about measuring the tracing paper. Where do I put the dots to connect? Just a little slow today.
Joyce from Illinois
Fabulous! and sooo easy! Thanks.
I love watching the videos. I have difficulty reading directions, but when I can acutally see how it's done, it makes quilting fun. Thank you so much for the really great videos. I am definitely adding the tilted block to my must do list.
Looks really easy, but it's hard to tell what she said those measurements were. Had to replay
it over about 5 times before I could tell.
Craftyneedle...yes I had to watch it several times too .. couldnt hear her say the...2 in 2 3/8...finally made it out...plus she didnt make it easy by saying to turn tracing paper upside down and mark the other two sides. finally got it anyway...am anxious to try it.... thanks...Rosetta from Lodi, Ca.