Weave Snatchin’ Block Tutorial

Last week I shared the bundle I curated for the launch of Handmade by Emily’s new Kona Club. Many of you noticed that simple little block at the end of the post and demanded I tell you moah! I’m calling this one Intersections Weave Snatchin’. It is jelly roll friendly, and provides ample opportunity for a scrappy, low volume background. It would even make an interesting quilting bee block if you asked everyone to use the same colours families for the stripes. Or, reverse it all up with the scrappy business in the background and the bars all solid white! Oh, holy hallelujahs, I feel another quilt project coming on!

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13 Responses

  1. Dawn says:

    Awesome block and thanks for the tute!

  2. Peaches1003 says:

    Awesome wordless tutorial! I love it. So often I read a pattern the same way I read a book – and I end up skipping critical things. This seems like a great way to reduce the risk of unsewing

  3. sonia says:

    Wow! Love it! Thanks! So much inspiration, so little time!

  4. Sooli says:

    Noice! Thanks for sharing. I'm in a no sew period while we get our house ready for sale and its really doing my head in. The only positive will be that when we move it will be (or there'll be trouble) to a house with a dedicated sewing room. That thought alone is keeping me going!

  5. kitty says:

    Love your "Intersections"! Thanks for the tutorial!!

  6. Kitty says:

    The wordless directions are awesome! I tend to be SO wordy when trying to explain steps and you managed to do it without a single word!! Awesome. 🙂

  7. SewPsyched! says:

    Such great illustrations!! Holy hallelujah is right!! 😉

  8. Thanks for a fantastic tutorial on a fabulous block! I love all your variation options, too.

  9. Pat says:

    Endless possibilites. Thanks!!

  10. Aivosolu says:

    How is the # project going?

  11. Now I want to see a whole top made with these blocks to see if the overs and unders continue!

  12. Neat!!! Thank you for sharing.

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