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Learn how to make Churn Dash Quilt 



Our readers already know that we are in love with Quilts, and this churn dash quilt pattern free is wonderful, so much so that we have already made available on our site countless sewing tips and several step by step of beautiful pieces, such as the cloth diaper holder and the game American pumpkin.

Today we are going to talk about a handmade churn dash quilt piece that everyone knows and loves, the patchwork. As the name itself suggests, it is made with pieces of fabric sewn together and secured to a lining. This technique has been around for a long time, and is known as churn dash quilt block pattern.

Churn dash quilt pattern bedspreads can be plain or padded. With the quilting process you have as a result a quilt that heats up and is still quite cozy. The public for the star quilt pattern made with flap is great; So producing and selling this product turns out to be a great way to get extra income.

There are several ways to make churn dash quilt with pieces of fabric, but in general, the technique used is very simple and is indicated for both veteran dressmakers and beginners. With the mission to help you in this project, we have compiled in this article some wonderful instructions and tips. So be sure to check it out!





1. Choose the fabrics for the churn dash quilt block

The first step is to pick and separate the fabrics that you will use in the making of your patchwork quilt. If you're already sewing, you're likely to have leftover fabric from other jobs. In addition, to make the quilt you can also use pieces of clothing, pillowcases and curtains that you no longer use or donate. Another tip is to buy flaps in knitting machines, they are much more important than buying the fabric in the subway.

2. Decide the shape of the churn dash quilt cutouts

The square format is easier for beginners, but you can also make triangles, rectangles, and other more complex blocks normally used in patchwork. Estimate the measure of the quilt and divide this value by the amount of flaps you want to use, take into consideration the size and shape of the cutouts.