OML Embroidery Quilting: In the Hoop Dresden Block (6×6)

$5.00

Description

PLEASE NOTE:  THIS IS THE SMALLER SIZE BLOCK 6X6 – MAKE SURE YOU PURCHASE THE CORRECT SIZE FOR YOUR MACHINE.

Here is a fun project that is finished completely in the hoop!  One of my favorite quilt blocks – Dresden!   The quilting parts are hand-drawn and one of a kind!

For the example block, I used bright colors to make the quilt block stand out!  I happen to have one very bright jelly roll, so I created the size to make it easy to use jelly rolls for this project – it only takes a smallish piece, so you can possibly use your scraps for this.

You can also stitch 4 of these and put them together as a centerpiece or a set for Mug Rugs.  You could also stitch the 4 together with matching thread and a zig-zag stitch!  I think that would look amazing!

SUPPLIES:

WSS if you are doing the mug rug style square

cut away if you are making a quilt square.  Don’t forget to leave a seam allowance!

6X6 hoop

Batting to fit the 6X6 hoop

jelly roll scraps or larger scraps for the wedges

large triangle fabric to fit into the quilted part

small 3×3 fabric for the 1/4 circle

Backing (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS:

Placement stitch for block outline.

Place batting in the hoop

stitch down for batting

outline stitch for quilting corner

stitch down for quilting corner

Trim excess fabric, leaving fabric on the outside edges

placement stitch for the first wedge

place fabric down on the wedge

stitch down wedge

trim wedge

REPEAT FOR THE OTHER 4 WEDGES IN ORDER

Placement for 1/4 circle (top right)

put fabric down

stitch down the 1/4 circle, trim

stitch satin stitches on the wedges

Decorative quilting stitches

if you are not using the design as quilt squares, then you can add fabric on the back, face down. stitch the placement stitch and then trim

stitch all satin finishing stitches and decorative stitches.

 

 

 

1 review for OML Embroidery Quilting: In the Hoop Dresden Block (6×6)

  1. Sue Hermann (verified owner)

    what does the quilt look like when the blocks are put together? i’m confused on the dresden block edges. is there a border around all blocks or are the 4 to go together as 1 block?

    • OML Embroidery

      you can leave the satin stitches in, or skip that step. if you leave the satin stitches then you can sew it together with a zig zag stitch on your sewing machine. If you don’t like the satin stitch finish, you can leave it out and then sew the blocks together matching up the outlines. It is whatever you prefer to do.

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