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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Block #5 of 30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days Quilt Along and Blog Hop

Welcome to day 5 of
30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days.

A blog hop and quilt along.
Every day in April there will be one super simple quilt block tutorial for the quilt along here
one designer showing a project with that block on their blog.

30 days of designers 
showing new and different ways to use each of the
30 quilt blocks.

Today's all-star designer is 

showing a project with 

Here's the block:

Size Unfinished: 10 1/2" x 10 1/2"

Finished Size: 10 x 10"

Cut 1 square 5 1/2" - red
Cut 2 strips 3" x 10 1/2" - white
Cut 2 strips 3" x 5 1/2" - white

Stitch them together as laid out with 1/4" seams.
Stitch the two shorter strips to the middle square 
then stitch the two longer strips to the middle unit.

Try out different colorways with #5,
half in this color 
half in the opposite color (white middle/red outside).

Check out what our designer of the day, 
made with this block.

I am using Tula Pink's newest fabric collection, 
All Stars to show each block.

And you can win your own bundle of All Stars too.
The giveaway ends April 29th.
I will announce the winner on the last day of the blog hop
April 30th.

Click HERE to enter the giveaway.

Comment on the designer of the day and come back here to enter every day in April
for more chances to win the All Stars fabric bundle.

You can see all the blocks and quilts in one place:

Only 25 more blocks...


Anita Jackson @ Domestic Felicity said...

I like the floral choice for the centers in your directions And really like Rheema's choice of the those blues for a masculine quilt.

Needled Mom said...

This is a fun pattern and I really like Colette's version of it.

Carol S. said...

It's so fun to see what everyone is doing with these cute blocks!

ShirleyC said...

I've loved seeing all of the different blocks and fabrics so far!

C. C. Draughon said...

The Surrounded pattern looks fun and easy. Thanks!