This is one of those “Why Didn’t I Think of That?” ideas: Take a quilt block and supersize it to make a full quilt!
April is Quilting Month at Sew Mama Sew and in this particular post, Malka of a stitch in dye shows us how to make this. In the pic above, those are two completed quilts each done with shoo-fly blocks. The one on the right is 70″ x 70″! Each block measures 35″ x35″. Wow!
This technique would really work for ANY block pattern and it looks so modern! Great for fabric with large-scale prints, too. I am definitely keeping this in consideration for my next quilt project :) Off to look for a fun block that can translate well to HUGE!