Sweet Cone Quilt Pattern

This was such an exciting pattern to put together. I had been mulling over this idea for over a year, trying to come up with an intersecting quilt block pattern.  One that you could arrange however you want, and all the blocks will "connect" with one another. 

TA-DA!  The Sweet Cone Pattern was born. It's currently available in my shop here!  The pattern includes measurements for Throw, Twin and Queen sizes.

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Delilah Block of the Month – Month 3 – Shooting Star

"NO CURVES!!"

Did you hear someone screaming that from their rooftop? You did?! Wasn't me....

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Delilah Block of the Month – Month 2 – Bells Beach Block

Welcome back!  This month we explore curves.... again.  If you have been following me on Instagram (@oklaroots) you may have noticed that I am not a big fan of the curves.  

Well, let me clarify:  I love the look of curves... I just don't like making them. 

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Delilah Block of the Month – Month 1 – Rising Sun Block

Anyone else listen to "Delilah" on the radio?  You know the intro.... "Deliiiiilaaaaaaaahhh"? Well, I sing that EVERY TIME I am working on one of these blocks... and I kind of love it. (So does my husband, he just doesn't want to admit it)

If you don't know, the Delilah star of this blog post is a recent quilt pattern by Jen Kingwell.  I have been holding on to this block of the month pattern since it started... a year ago.  I participated with Amitie quilt shop, receiving a block pattern, acrylic templates and a selection of fabrics each month.  At this point in time (April 2018) the block of the month program is over and the pattern is not available to purchase.  I will update this once that changes. UPDATE: Pattern available here!

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Binding Calculator and Tutorial

  

Here is a handy calculator to cut the calculation time for binding down SIGNIFICANTLY!!  

Simply enter in your quilt and fabric measurements, click "Calculate" and the calculator will tell you how long your binding should be, as well as how many strips you need to cut and how many yards that will require.  

I know.... my mind is blown as well. 

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