Original Block - Twisted Ribbons

Posted by Ruth on 5 April 2012 | 0 Comments

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I really enjoy when quilters send me photos of their quilts made from one of my designs. I receive these quite often and like to share them with all my readers. Jen recently made my Twisted Ribbons quilt in purples and green. It turned out beautiful don't you think? I really like the border fabric Jen!

Jen's Twisted Ribbons

"I had a great time making this quilt, it went together very easily and quickly.  Watching the blocks develop with the different angles as you go round and round adding each fabric is very cool.  It looks complicated from the picture but Ruth's pattern is fantastic and she walks you through all the steps with great instructions and pictures that are so easy to follow.  This pattern is lots of fun to make and there are so many colour combinations that could be used - no two would ever be the same.  And guess what.... I didn't have to get fussy about sewing a perfect 1/4 inch seam - no need with this block" .....Jen.

Congratulations Jen - very nice job!

This pattern comes in four sizes, but really you can make it in any size to suit your needs by making various amounts of blocks. The blocks can easily be different sizes too. 

If you want to know more about this pattern see our website: Twisted Ribbons

We have two other very similar patterns too, that derive from this pattern. They are Time Square and Ribbon-fest which can be seen below.

Time Square

Ribbon-fest

If you need more than a pattern to complete this quilt, join me in class at the Academy of Quilting. I will walk you through, step by step so you can complete the whole quilt and even the quilting too. For more details about my class visit: Patchwork with a Twist

 

 

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