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 personalised gifts for her     |      2020-04-27

In our last tutorial, we completed all of our blocks! Check out the first Quick and Easy Christmas Quilt post for a full materials list and instructions to make each block.

Aren’;t they pretty?

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Now let’;s move onto sashing this baby together. We are going to sash this quilt using 2.5″; strips and 2.5″; cornerstones.

You’;ll need to cut the following:

I used white for my sashing to make it light and bright. I used the same fabric for my cornerstones. I think red gives the finished quilt such a clean, polished look. I kept the cornerstones the same fabric because the quilt blocks are so scrappy.

Start by adding a piece of sashing between each block, from top to bottom. You’;ll need 5 pieces of sashing for each column. You’;ll have a piece of sashing at the top of the column, then a blockpersonalised gifts for her, then sashing, then a block, then sashing, then a block, then sashing.

Each block will be connected by a piece of sashing.

Now piece your remaining piecing of sashing, connecting them with the cornerstones. You’;ll have a cornerstone, then sashing, cornerstone, sashing, cornerstone, sashing, cornerstone. Each strip has 4 cornerstones and 3 strips of sashing.

Join your columns of blocks with a strip of sashing. nesting your seams.

Next time, we baste, quilt, and bind!

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