Quilters often ask how to make a Tumbling Blocks or Baby Blocks quilt.
These quilts are lovely and can be done as a planned quilt or a scrap quilt.
The quilt can be done using only one shape of patch – a diamond – of most any size.
Generally Tumbling Block or Baby Block quilts have a specific arrangement of values in the fabric.
The key is to keep the light, medium and dark fabrics in the same position in each of the blocks.
This causes the dimensional look of the quilt.
You can fill in between the diamonds with small triangles, or finish the quilt with the “inside and outside” corners.
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