This week we are making Row 6 – the Anvil Blocks. This row is super simple because we are making more Triangle in a Square blocks using the Tri-Recs tools. Follow along in the Infrastructure quilt pattern on page 5 for the cutting instructions, and on page 12 for the sewing instructions.
If you missed my video tutorial on how to make these fun and versatile blocks, click here for a refresher when I made row 4 – diamond blocks.
Here are all of my cut out units to make the anvil blocks.
When sewing the units, don’t forget to stitch with a shorter stitch length and press seams open to keep the blocks nice and flat.
The Anvil block is made from two Triangle in a Square blocks with a square in between:
Here’s the finished row!
Watch It on YouTube!
Heres a quick 1 minute youtube video showing the stepouts above plus a little bit of the sewing. I’ve been practicing how to make YouTube videos along with making this quilt. This week I learned how to add voiceover to my videos.It’s been fun to learn a new editing skill each week!
If you need to catch up, this row goes together super fast and it’s actually the same row repeated again for row 8 – so feel free to work ahead if you want!
- Click here for the complete Infrastructure supply List and QAL links.
- Click here for Heather’s week 6 blog post.
- Click here to get the Infrastructure Quilt Pattern – PDF version
- Click here to get the Infrastructure Quilt Pattern – Paper version
- Click here to get the Infrastructure Quilt Kit
- Click here to share your work and ask questions in my Facebook group.
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GIVEAWAY & HEATHER’S VERSION
Pop over to Heather Black’s blog at Quiltachusetts to see her version of Row 6 made from Benartex Superior solids. While you are there, be sure to enter the giveaway. I’m the sponsor this week and one lucky winner will get a strip-roll of my Geo Pop + a fun jelly roll quilt pattern: Surplus Strips! You can color block it like I did, or use up your leftover (surplus) precut strips!
Just 3 more rows to sew and we’ll start putting the finishing touches on this quilt – I can’t wait!!