quilting quilting beginner series video tutorial

Hidden wells blocks compilation

This technique was developed by Mary Ellen Hopkins in 1989 for her Hidden wells quilt.

Hidden wells can be done with a different number of strips in different or equal widths.

These tutorials demonstrate a variety of ways you can make this block including the use of solid fabrics and prints.

Check them out below:

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  1. Wow! these will keep me busy for the rest of the year….I love your colour combinations, and that last little red one is soo cute! Your background music was so soothing…….. Big “Thank You” Teresa, Stay well, Elizabeth

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  2. Teresa, these are amazing blocks. They totally change depending on color choice, solids or print. The first two in solids have so much depth. This looks like fun with my scrap pile time!

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