Quilting is as popular an activity in the twenty-first century as it has been for generations. If you are involved in any kind of arts and crafts activity, you undoubtedly have friends and relatives who seem to spend their whole lives involved in quilting. Maybe you’re the quilter! And what gorgeous quilts you all make! So, when you send a greeting card – for any occasion – why not make it a card that celebrates quilting!
The three quilt block designs that I’ve used for the cards in this tutorial brochure are based on actual quilt designs that I’ve seen over time. I’ve chosen them because they are easy to construct using paper squares and triangles. And of course they’re easier to make than an actual fabric quilt. Once you have your papers cut (and that’s not time-consuming either) you can have a quilt square constructed and a card made in no time at all.
All three of these cards are squares and the instructions are for creating 5” square cards. They will fit nicely into a standard 5-1/4” x 7-1/4” invitation envelope.
Enjoy the tutorials!