When I discovered this attic windows quilt, it caused a lot of conversations among my friends and I. It can be made in so many different ways, and the end result is so interesting!
Laura Coia with SewVeryEasy shows off 6 methods for sewing an attic block. Even if the original method doesn’t float your boat, you’ll find one that works for you.
Only three seams are required to sew each attic windows quilt block.
Making attic windows quilts the traditional way means sewing inset seams on each block, as well as connecting the block with a mitered seam.
But if you don’t mind a small change in the construction, you can make an Attic Windows block that looks almost like the traditional one with much easier sewing techniques.
For example, using a half-square triangle (HST) block in the corner eliminates the need for sewing those tedious inset seams.
Watch how Laura Coia makes this quilt block 6 different ways in her step by step tutorial, then pick the best way for you!