Then, Jamie asked for a Churn Dash block during November in Stash Bee.
For Christmas, I made my niece a doll quilt.
After Christmas, I had a thought: wouldn’t it be cute to make my niece a bed quilt to match her doll quilt? I’d like to make something like the Pixie Churn but twin-size instead of the 34″ baby quilt.
Once you make one churn dash, you really don’t need a tutorial to make the other sizes, but if you’re new to this block, check out this tutorial over at A Quilting Life.
To simplify my improv arrangement, I’m making blocks that will finish in increments of 3, and I scribbled out a little reference sheet to use while I cut my pieces for all the blocks.
It’s not rocket science [ that’s for you Yvonne 😉 ] but I thought the chart might be helpful for you to reference if you’d like to make several churn dashes of different sizes, too.
So, here it is. Feel free to download it, bookmark it, pin it – whatever you’d like. I hope it’s useful for you!