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  • Writer's picturePola Quilting

I took a traditional Shoofly block and, with some creative snowballing and 3D elements, transformed it into a Sailing Shoofly block! It may look complicated, but it's easier than it seems. If you're using magic numbers with your scraps, you already have everything you need to create it. This block looks stunning both as a scrap buster and in a coordinated colour design. Check out my tutorial for examples. Happy sewing! ✨🧵


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🎨✂️ Dive into scrap heaven with me and the Fluorescent Flourish Quilt Block! It's the ultimate scrap buster, ready to devour any jelly rolls, leftover bindings, or miscellaneous scraps you've been hoarding. Just slice 'em up into 2.5-inch strips and watch the magic unfold! Plus, you can raid your magic number trays for precuts too. The best part? You can mix and match to your heart's content for stunning, one-of-a-kind results. With its quick assembly and 10-inch size, this block is a project-completing powerhouse. I'm all about those simple rectangle shapes turning into something truly special. Trust me, you won't want to miss out on this tutorial! Happy sewing, friends!


Please see below links to some tools and materials used. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases but without any additional cost to you:

My Favourite tools and equipment in sewing room UK links: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/polaquilting


My Favourite tools and equipment in sewing room US links: https://www.amazon.com/shop/polaquilting






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🧵✂️ Dive into the world of magic numbers with our latest creation: Magic numbers patterns #24 Open book scrappy quilt block! What's got me hooked? The sheer variety of scraps I've used: from my magic numbers trays to wonky strips and even tape rolls. Whether you tackle a few blocks at a time or dive in for a marathon sewing session, this project promises endless fun with improv trimming! Plus, with a generous block size of 6.5 x 12.5 inches, you'll whip up quilts of any size in a flash. And the best part? There's no shortage of layout options to explore. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, this one's for you! Check out my latest tutorial for all the details. Happy sewing, friends! 🪡📚


Please see below links to some tools and materials used. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases but without any additional cost to you:

My Favourite tools and equipment in sewing room UK links: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/polaquilting


My Favourite tools and equipment in sewing room US links: https://www.amazon.com/shop/polaquilting






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