If you're like us, you're missing summer right about now, and today's project should bring back warm feelings of Independence Day fun! This project comes to us from Carol Thalen of Quilt Notes, a gifted quilter who is passionate about teaching others. Her tutorial shows full detail of her strip-piecing method, and links to a technique she uses for Four at a Time Flying Geese, which is super useful. More from Carol:
"I get a lot of inspiration by browsing around Pinterest. Always on the lookout for easy patriotic quilt patterns, this one I call Stars Stripes Quilt. (Be sure to check out Carol's linked Pinterest page in her post! -ed.) These cuts make a 12″ block using 4-patches, flying geese and squares. I chose to make a 16″ block and use strip piecing. This makes a quilt about 64″ x 80″ finished. There are 20 blocks."
Finished Size: 64" x 80" (163cm x 203cm)
Skill Level: Beginner
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