Sliver is a unit that can add real interest to your quilting bag of tricks and can be made simply with the Corner Beam tool. Each unit is easy and accurate to make and can be used alone or with any other Fundamental Unit. Online video available (see below, also on YouTube).
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!
On the beach, at night, waves crashing, music on the breeze . . . enjoy the rhythm of the islands with our Calypso pattern! Using a combination of three different Studio 180 Design tools, you’ll be making a variety of different units as you build the four Calypso blocks. Then you too can capture the motion of the ocean with the gently undulating color blocking that makes this such a compelling pattern.
Designed by Beth Sidley of Park Bench Design
The unique asymmetrical design of Aurora will remind you of the Northern Lights and their undulating colors that dance across the sky. Two simple units create the Aurora design, and when you cut the centers for the Corner Beam units, the cutaways are used to create the side triangles of the V Block units. There are some cutaways left over, so a fun and easy bonus pattern called Twilight is also included in the pattern. It’s a great way to use up those extra pieces and have a fun bonus project to show for it!
Designed by the Running with Scissors Quilters.
Have you ever wanted to make a Snail’s Trail quilt? If so, then this quilt’s for you! Filigree is a unique variation on a traditional Snail’s Trail block. Instead of a four patch in the center, there are two pointy triangles giving you inter-locking twists - a unique effect reminding us of filigree scrollwork. With the addition of the Corner Beam units between the Snail’s Trail blocks you have even more spiky interest!