Hi, it’s Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt
Company, and we wanted to show you a fun new line that we got from Robert Kaufmann. It’s
called, Amalie, and for all you Civil War buffs it’s a Civil War based fabric from
Darlene Zimmerman, and we did this cute little quilt, where the blocks are snowballed. One block is snow balled in white, and one
block is snowballed in dark. So, I’ll show you how we did that. Really quick, easy quilt,
I think you’ll really enjoy it. So, let’s go to the cutting table. Here we have a great
use for those Jelly Roll strips that you get to sash, or you can just use 2 ½” squares.
What I did was I ironed them diagonally, like this,
lay them on the corners, I put the dark chocolate squares on the lighter squares in this Amalie
pack. Sewed right down on the line, trimmed this off, fold it back, so, you have a square
of darks. Then you do the same thing with the dark squares, only you’re going to put
light squares on the corner, sew corner to corner, trim it, press it back, and then when
you put them together it makes little hour glasses in the corners. Makes a darling little
quilt. We hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial from
the Missouri Star Quilt Company. Be sure and call us if you have any questions, thanks.
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