Ribbon Weave Quilt (Accuquilt strip die friendly)

This is a quick and easy quilt to make and can easily be cut using the 2 1/2″ and 3 1/2″ Accuquilt strip dies, or it can be cut using your rotary cutter. Either way, cutting the 8 1/2″ strips across the width of fabric is the best way to do this. It means your strips are cut on the lengthwise grain and they stretch less when you’re sewing.

It has been blazing hot here. I hope everyone is staying as cool as possible. We’re looking for cooler temps, lower 90s, later in the week.

I’ve been working on ‘Delirious Again’, which is what I’ve decided to name her. Hopefully will have pictures tomorrow.

Click on the image below for instructions for the Ribbon Weave quilt.

Ribbon Weave (click for instructions)
 
 

Author: Marjorie Busby

My blog is about helping other quilters learn to use great tools in their quilting through what I can teach and through finding other bloggers who have good information. In addition, I am a mother and grandmother. Other hobbies include any other stitchery which makes me happy at the moment. I worked in clinical research for most of my career. I am now retired and enjoying every minute.

4 thoughts on “Ribbon Weave Quilt (Accuquilt strip die friendly)”

  1. Would have loved to receive pattern. We quilt for critical care children. My computer does not have the program to get instructions.
    It is wonderful to have someone who is willing to share
    Thank you

    1. Hi Thelma, you can get the program for the instructions by downloading the free adobe acrobat reader at this URL: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
      Just click the download button, then double-click on the file that is saved on your computer. Sometimes your anti-virus or firewall will block a download. If that happens, you may have to change the settings to unblock it. This software is free.

      I have a very personal appreciation for those quilts for critical care children as my 3-year old granddaughter has been a recipient of three such quilts, and each one was appreciated more than anyone can ever know. It means so much when you’re spending 24 hours a day for many days in the PICU.

      Marjorie

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