Finally, a tool and technique that will give you high success adding fabric corners to basic shapes. For years we’ve been layering small squares on big squares, marking & stitching on a diagonal line, then hoping everything lines up when we fold the small corner section back into place. If you’ve tried it, you know the pitfalls: too big, too short, too crooked and way too wasteful. No more. With your new Corner Pop tool, you will be able to trim rather than mark, add an oversized replacement triangle and then square everything to a perfect size. In twenty two different sizes - whole, half and quarter inches. Increased success without undue stress for every level of quilter. What’s not to love!
Are you ready for a quilt project that’s a bright, bubbly departure from the norm? Well, Effervescence is the pattern for you! Using a combination of the unusual Corner Popped Squares and the Square Squared units, you are sure to make a project that will turn heads.
Easy to make block and sashing stars adorn this design, which Deb created with a student while working at the Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts in Ludlow, Vermont. Best part of the construction is that no star points have to meet any other star points so it's a cinch to get super sharp points every time! You’ll use Studio 180 Design’s Corner Pop tool to easily construct this intricate looking quilt.
Summer Blossoms was inspired by the vast flower gardens at Michelle’s home in Connecticut. This quilt has a light, airy feeling that provides a lot of movement, giving the illusion of flowers blowing in the summer breeze.
Various dark and light fabrics make contrasting contributions to this fun and easy quilt, and it’s the perfect project to use those beautiful charm squares you’ve been collecting. You’ll use Deb’s Corner Pop tool to create this quilt brightly accented with pops of color.