When I found this scrappy crossroads quilt block video tutorial by Lori Holt on YouTube, I knew I had to make this new idea. I have so many jelly roll fabric scraps that I bought at Joann’s Fabrics using my 60 percent off coupon that I found on Joann’s app. Joann’s makes it so easy to save. You just pull up the coupon and the cashier scans your phone and you instantly save. There are many scrappy quilt block designs out there, but they can look a bit haphazard and messy. This crossroads quilt block is really neat and tailored looking and will work with very small scraps.
Materials For Scrappy Crossroads Quilt Block:
- Fabric scraps (jelly roll pieces and muslin will work perfectly)
- A sewing machine
- A quilter’s ruler
- A rotary cutter
- A pair of scissors
- A cutting mat
In this scrappy crossroads quilt block video tutorial by Lori Holt on YouTube, you will learn how to make this quilt block in a few easy steps. You begin by cutting your small fabric scraps.
Then, you will make four small blocks and sew them together to make this scrappy crossroads quilt block.
I am planning on making a few of these beautiful crossroads squares to make a curtain for my craft room. I have some blackout liner material to shield the sunlight so my fabrics will be protected.