Whether you finish one, or make several for a bigger project, it is up to you!
This block is particularly interesting because there is a Churn Dash within a Churn Dash. Moreover, the block is large so a single block can easily be finished off as a table topper or a wall quilt if you wish.
It is also possible to combine several blocks together to create an eye-catching quilt. The oversized blocks make it an easy project that can be completed in a short amount of time.
Here is a video that Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Co. has made showing how this block can be made. This is an easy-to-do process that we are sure you will love.
This block measures 20 inches square when it has been completed.
There are three blocks across and four blocks down in the quilt that sits behind Jenny. It measures 68 inches x 88 inches.
To complete the quilt, you will need the following items:
- 1 Roll of 2½” Print Strips
- 2¾ yds. Background
- 1¼ yds. Contrasting Print
- 1¼ yds. Border
- ¾ yd. Binding
- 5½ yds. Backing