Monday Morning Quilting Quicky – EASY Tumbler Blocks

July 02, 2017

Welcome back to our Quilting Quickies! It’s our 4th year, and we’re so excited for all of our summer fun. Watch for a new video every other Monday throughout the summer!

Join Marcia as she makes tumbler blocks easier than pre-cut squares! (Seriously! And WAY more fun!)

 

To make this fun, summer table runner (as well as many other of our Quicky projects this summer), you’ll need:

KimberBell’s Simple 7 Summer Pattern Booklet – In the Garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’d like to use the machine applique designs with them, you’ll need the KimberBell Simple 7 Summer Design CD – all the booklet designs included in multiple sizes!

 

 

 

 

 


When you swing into the shop to pick up your supplies, make sure you tell us you’ll be making a project based on our Quilting Quicky! See you soon!





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