In this lesson, Sharon shows you a quick way to make snowball blocks.

#9 Joan Sheppard 2016-07-29 01:13
This is so useful! I just made a load of little half square triangles. Thanks so much, Sharon!
#8 Teresa Findlay 2016-07-28 16:34
Thank you so much. Many helpful hints
#7 Shelley 2016-07-28 16:14
This is lesson 15- how can I go back to lesson 1 and work my way through them all?
#6 Leni Levenson Wiener 2016-07-27 10:46
Sharon has the best tips for sewing things more quickly and accurately--I always learn something from her videos! Thanks, Sharon.
#5 Terry 2016-07-27 09:40
Sharon, I love your tip! Question: why aren't you having people chaining these multiple blocks instead of sewing "all four corners?"
#4 lizrivera 2016-07-27 09:25
OMG Sharon Pederson is the best teacher. She gives so many new instructions and short cuts. Makes you understand both the technique and the beauty of a project. Thanks Sharon
#3 Candyce54 2016-07-27 08:04
Love this. I always press the corner up to make sure it looks square then trim the back. Save those back triangles for scrap quilts or friends.
#2 Christine 2016-07-27 06:45
Thank you, Sharon!! Quilters certainly love a shortcut to making an accurate block!!
#1 ConnieLou 2016-07-27 05:52
Bless you, Sharon! I've had a queen-size snowball quilt with a center medallion cut out for over two years and have been dreading all the marking. I've also been afraid that the corners wouldn't be perfectly accurate, but your system takes away that fear! Thank you a million times!!!
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