Blueberry Cobbler Quilt video
Blueberry Cobbler Quilt
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Nancy McNally is passionate about every aspect of quilting -- designing, piecing, quilting and binding. For nearly 20 years, Nancy has been fascinated with the idea of taking whole pieces of fabric, cutting them up and then sewing them back together into a beautiful quilt. Her exploration of the world of quilting has been successful. Nancy's quilt work has been published in... Full bio »

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Pretty enough to eat! Choose five dark, medium and light prints of your favorite color plus off-white, and you'll be ready to cut and piece the charming Blueberry Cobbler Quilt!

In this Learn, Make, Create! online video class brought to you by Annie's Creative Studio, quilting expert Nancy McNally demonstrates how to make each of the two flying geese blocks used in this quilt. What better time to practice making flying geese units while make a stunning quilt at the same time!

In this episode, you'll learn how to:
  • Choose an assortment of fabrics in the same color family.
  • Make two different flying geese quilt blocks.
  • Master the stitch-n-flip method.
  • Complete the Blueberry Cobbler Quilt.
Finished measurements: Quilt Size: 50" x 58"
Block Size: 8" x 8"
Number of Blocks: 30

  • 20 (2½" x WOF) strips off-white
  • 12 (2½" x WOF) strips assorted light/medium blues
  • 4 (2½" x WOF) strips assorted medium blues
  • 12 (2½" x WOF) strips assorted dark blues
  • ⅔ yard medium blue
  • 1½ yards dark blue
  • Backing to size
  • Batting to size
  • Thread
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies
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