This quilt is related more towards
"geese in the corner"
log cabin, than it is a true pineapple block, because the triangle
corners are only sewn to two opposite diagonal sides. It still has that
pineapple punch though, and it works up into a pretty quilt!
The block logs are cut from 2" scrap strips I
me in the 2" scrap strip bin, and the pineapple corners are cut from
3.5" light strips.
Please keep in mind that this is a "scrap quilt" workshop and you
meant to use your stash! Since our scraps are all different
lengths and sizes, fabric amounts are guestimates, no exact yardage is
This helps keep workshop prices down. Please be aware of any
students who might not have printer access, making sure that everyone
in class has a copy.
General Supplies needed:
Sewing machine in working order (including power cords and extention
Thread, scissors, seam ripper,pins and any other notions you usually
Rotory cutter, mat and ruler.
Approximately 3 yards of dark/medium scraps cut into 2" strips.
For this workshop we will start with 20 blocks. You can make the
quilt as big as you want, but we will start with 20 blocks!
From your 2" strips please have ready the following:
40 2"X3.5" rectangles
80 2" X 6.5" rectangles
40 2" X 9.5" rectangles.
From 3.5" light strips cut:
100 3.5" squares light
(block center and pineapple corners) These may
be the same through out the whole quilt, scrappy through the whole
quilt, or you can match them in each block as I did above. All 5
squares in each block are the same, but differ from block to block.
If you have any questions about the
supply list or instructions, please don't hesitate to call me! I really
look forward to this workshop with you!
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