Tennessee waltz block A: snowball – video tutorial

This week let’s make a Tennessee Waltz quilt.

The Tennessee Waltz quilt is made of 2 blocks that alternate: a snowball block and a block called the 54-40 or Fight block.

Apparently the 54-40 or Fight block a US historical name from 1844 based on political opinions and controversies. 

I hope you enjoy it and see the potential of this easy quilt block on its own while you wait for the next block to complete the quilt.

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1 comment

  1. Your sewing for stitch and flip I do every time I sew with that method. Easiest way to put the left over HST pieces to good use.

    Sent from Harriet Owens


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