A new year means that it is time for a new tutorial designed exclusively for Sew Uprising blog followers! Today’s tutorial is for one of my favorite quilt blocks to sew, a twisted four corner block. It is a very simple quilt block, using only HSTs and full squares in the design, and is quick and easy to piece. Put a bunch of them together, however, and I just love the clean, geometric pattern it creates!
The set of six blocks pictured above will soon be the front of my new sewing machine cover. I am working through creating a custom fitting sewing machine cover for my oddly shaped machine (a Singer Curvy) and I just couldn’t stop myself from using this eye-catching pattern for the main body of the cover. The final design will also feature a matching back accent stripe made up of left over triangles from creating these blocks. It is going to look stunning on my desk I am sure! I will be sharing the process of creating the cover soon so be sure to check back to see how it all turned out!
If you would like access to this tutorial, you will need to subscribe to the blog by entering your email into the subscription box in the side bar, but don’t worry, its free! You will then be sent an email to confirm your subscription and then a second email that contains the password to access the private page on this site. To find the page, you will need to click the down arrow next to “start here” in the menu bar and then enter the password that had been emailed to you. From there you will be able to see the link for the direct, printable download of this pattern/tutorial!
In case you missed it, the last exclusive pattern was a set of nesting drawer organizers which you will still be able to access from the private page on this site! All of the exclusive patterns will remain on the follower-only page, giving you even more reasons to take a look!
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