This tool creates a fundamental unit that is sure to add sparkle to your quilt block designs. Although the ruler shape is similar to the V Block, the final unit has two seamlines radiating from a single corner, so the center triangle in the finished unit resembles a beam of light shining out of that corner. Accurate construction has always been challenging until now. With the Corner Beam tool, all the shapes are cut slightly over sized and once sewn, trimmed to extremely precise units with seams perfectly placed for a crisp sharp point every time. Brighten up your blocks by adding Corner Beam to your toolbox today!
Diamonds in the Sky is a brilliant high contrast quilt. The Corner Beam blocks used throughout the design give you an alternating diamond illusion that simply radiates beauty. While we made our Diamonds in the Sky project with a medley of bright fat quarters for our stars, you could use 6” strips or scraps of bright fabric to make this a dynamite stash-buster project.
What do you call a pattern containing two charming companion quilts? Doubly Charmed, of course! You’ll use the same set of 5” squares for both quilts. It’s like magic! You’ll cut the center beams from the squares for the first quilt and then you’ll use the cutaways for the side triangles in the second. Two beautiful quilts out of one set of squares. Enchanting!
This initial pattern for Deb's Corner Beam ruler is a beauty, and easy to boot! You'll be making three different sized blocks, and each block is just four units. Deb used one medium and one light fabric with lots of darks to get a more traditional scrappy feel. You can do the same, or make the lights and mediums scrappy, too. Or just use one dark, one medium, and one light. It's up to you!
This beautiful quilt featuring intricate maple leaves and flying geese celebrates our Northern Neighbours. You’ll use Deb’s Corner Beam, Split Rects, and Wing Clipper 1 tools to make this captivating quilt.