disappearing block strip block

Whirlwind quilt block with 4 strips – video tutorial

This is a fun block made with fabric strips.

You can make this block any size and use any number of strips.

The look and feel of the block will change depending on the number of fabrics, the types of prints and colours of the fabrics and the width of the fabric.

Check it out and have fun!

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  1. Love, love, love this Whirlwind block!

    Look out, scrap bag, here I come!


    Nancy Burbacher

    Zanesville OH


  2. I like this. Think I could pull this off. Could use some of those fabric that are chilling since thin strips. Always like your work and videos. Thanks for sharing.
    Day dreaming these days. Breast cancer found in May and been on roller coaster since it started. Chemo makes you just chill with fabrics.

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