This is the last post for the Qube Workout QAL. I have some settings for inspiration, but this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are so many ways quilt blocks can be set. Some participants have already finished theirs and some have chosen some unusual settings which are just beautiful. There are so many beautiful ways to set your quilt blocks that I could not possibly cover even a small portion of them. All you have to do is go to Pinterest and search for quilt block setting ideas.
For today, I am going to show you some very traditional ideas for sashing. The wonderful thing about sampler quilts is that they lend themselves to these traditional ideas, but also to some very unique settings. This is just the starting point. I can’t wait to see how you decide to set yours.
And remember, I will be taking the instructions down at the end of August, so if you need any of the information, please go ahead and download it now.
This setting has a simple background sashing between blocks.
And this setting has a light sashing with darker cornerstones.
This setting uses alternating contrasting borders around each block with a darker border on the outside of the quilt.
And the next two examples have a triple sashing but the nine patch cornerstones have opposite colorings which gives a completely different look to the setting.