Learning How to Square Up a Quilt Block
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Learning How to Square Up a Quilt Block

Learning How to Square Up a Quilt Block
Learning How to Square Up a Quilt Block
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Learning how to quilt is not the easiest task to take on. However, this Learning How to Square Up a Quilt Block video tutorial can help make learning this that much easier. There are a lot of fine tune details that go into making your own DIY quilt, and sometimes the more obvious steps are skipped over. This how-to video is going to help you really be able to master over one of those skipped over steps of making sure all your DIY quilt blocks are square. This quilt video breaks down how to make the perfect quilt blocks, so that it is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueQuilting

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Materials List

  • Quilt Blocks
  • Square ruler
  • Rotary cutter
  • Glow line tape

How to Square Your DIY Quilt Blocks

Instructions to Make Your Quilt Blocks Square

  1. Measure your quilt block to see how large you want them to be when they are square.

  2. Mark off yoru ruler with the glow line tape.

  3. Using the ruler line up your square on top of your block.

  4. Line up the lines on your ruler with the reference seams on your block, and using your rotary cutter cut the edges of your quilt block.

  5. Rotate your quilt block 90 degrees and repeat this process.

  6. Repeat this process with all your other blocks.

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