Card Trick Quilt Pattern by MSQC. Digital Download – Card Trick Quilt by MSQC. 2.5" X 8" MSQC Ruler by MSQC. $4.95 compare at $9.00. $3.95 compare at $8.00. $10.95 compare at $12.95. Splash Rotary Cutter by Olfa. $17.25 compare at $18.00. 5" X 15" MSQC Ruler by MSQC. $14.95 compare at $18.00. The Card Trick Quilt Block is part of the Traditional Treasures Quilt Design.This block features interlocking squares in a playful, geometic design. Download the Card Trick Quilt Block as a PDF to print out the pattern. You'll need to enlarge the quilt block at 125%.
Card Trick Quilt Block Pattern. Cutting Instructions Background. Piece A – Cut two squares 4 7/8' x 4 7/8'; sub cut diagonally to make a total of 4 half-square triangles. Piece B – Cut one square 5 1/4' x 5 1/4'; sub cut diagonally to make 4 quarter-square triangles From each of FOUR different prints (purple, green, magenta, and dark blue.
Easy card trick quilt block. About This Tutorial Quilt Size: 82" x 93" Jenny demonstrates an easy way to sew a difficult old fashioned block, the card trick. She used a "Twilight Tones" jelly roll by Nancy Rink for Marcus Fabrics. Quilt Block and Quilt Sizes. Final size of the card trick block: 9 square inches Final quilt size: 63-1 / 2 x 84-1 / 2 inches Use quick patches for some of the flaps; It is good when we can use quick patches to assemble square quarter triangle units – like the patchwork units on all but the corner positions of the Card Trick block. A Card trick block is fun and can be used for all sorts of quilt projects. Traditionally the block is constructed with triangles. Debbie Kratovil has simplified the method simply using squares to get the same shape, and when using it as the only block in the quilt, the 12-3/4″ (finished) squares work great.. Start off with a four patch in four different colors, fabrics of your choice.
Cutting Instructions Background. Piece A – Cut two squares 4 7/8' x 4 7/8'; sub cut diagonally to make a total of 4 half-square triangles. Piece B – Cut one square 5 1/4' x 5 1/4'; sub cut diagonally to make 4 quarter-square triangles From each of FOUR different prints (purple, green, magenta, and dark blue), cut the following:. Piece A – 1 square 4 7/8' x 4 7/8'; sub cut diagonally. Card Trick 12” ﬁnished quilt block 1 Background fabric 1 Cut 2 squares 4 ⅞” and bisect on one diagonal Cut 1 square 5 ¼” and bisect on both diagonals Nov 23, 2016 – Explore LindaKay Pardee's board "CARD TRICK QUILTS", followed by 3662 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Card tricks, Quilts, Quilt patterns.
©Generations Quilt Patterns, LLC 2016 For Personal Use Only Card Trick Quilt Block Color/Fabric Placement Page Patches are identified by number, i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc. Fabrics are identified by A Card Trick quilt block is made completely of half and quarter square triangles. In fact, it's a perfect choice if you've just gone through our Beginning Quilt Block Patterns series ! With traditional color placements, you'll need 4 fabrics plus a background to achieve the look of layered 'cards'. The Card Trick quilt block is an old favourite nine patch and has been around for many, many years. Half square triangles and quarter square triangles are plentiful in this block, so it is a good learning experience. This quilt block is a perfect choice to use up your scraps for a variety of different cards to display.
Super Card Trick FREE Block Pattern! When I joined the 4 x 5 Modern Quilt Bee I wanted to find a new block that had not been used much before. I'm always on the search for fun new patterns. The card trick block has a lot of bias seams but with careful cutting, handling of the pieces and pressing the block will come out perfect every time. Fabric Selection My first thought was to look in the scrap bin I keep under my sewing table to find the fabrics to make this block but when I looked I just couldn’t be bothered sorting through. Posted in Quilt block challenge • Tagged Block challenge, Card Trick quilt block variation, Contests and Challenges, EQ7, Gyleen Fitzgerald set-in seams, Michael Miller Fabrics, Modern Quilts Unlimited, original designs, Paper piecing, Wild Oaks Quilting
For the Card Trick block in my sampler quilt, I selected four bright, cheerful prints for the “tricky” center of the block, with a white-on-white print for the background. STEP 1 – LAY OUT YOUR FABRIC PIECES The success of this block’s illusion is entirely dependent on sewing the right pieces together in the proper direction. all stitches – card trick paper piecing quilt block pattern .pdf -093a This listing is for one Paper Piecing Foundation Quilt Block Pattern This pattern includes block pattern percentage chart to make different sizes no guessing with clearly marked pieces easy instructions May 13, 2017 – Explore Margy Merle's board "Card Trick Quilt Block", followed by 163 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Card tricks, Quilt patterns, Quilt blocks.
Think again! Our beloved Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Company is back again with another amazing tutorial. She shows us a trick… for this card trick block! For starters, Jenny uses a jelly roll. Everything is a little easier with pre-cuts, isn’t it? Next, Jenny shows us how to start off this block – with a simple four patch. Feb 17, 2018 – Explore Jean Hurtado's board "Card Trick QUILTS", followed by 1253 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Card tricks, Quilts, Quilt patterns. Card Trick Quilt Block Tutorial . For this tutorial, I am using 2 fabrics for the "cards". A purple batik and an orange batik. The white muslin fabric is the background fabric. Step 1. From each fabric, cut one square that is 5 1/4" by 5 1/4".
Last week I highlighted one of my favourite quilt blocks called the Card Trick block and how to make it. It is a block made with all triangles so a bit tricky if you are just learning how to quilt. One of the comments on the post was that he saw it as rectangles and squares rather than half square triangles and quarter square triangles. I. This is the first block in the Mysteries Down Under quilt. Card trick is a classic and popular block. It’s usually made with triangles but this version uses mainly squares and rectangles. This week Jenny is stitching up her version of the Card Trick quilt. This classic block has the illusion of being difficult, but we know better! Jenny has a few tricks of her own to make this project as easy as “abracadabra!” Click HERE to watch the tutorial! Categories Uncategorized. Post navigation.
Card Tricks by Sue Bouchard Yardage Card Fabrics 1/8 yd of 4 Colors. Finishing the Block 1. Lay out the Four-patches with the Red and Eggplant patches matching the same colors. Sew and press seams away from Four-patch. 3. Cut the 3 ½” Background squares on one diagonal.. Quilt and Bind. 7. 8. Title: Card Tricks Author: