I am obsessed with quilting! Ok, right now the quilting is more therapeutic than the sewing probably because I’m loving my new quilt frame and Qmatic I added to my Bernina Q20 machine.

I decided to make a drunkard’s path quilt. I know what you are thinking, “Hope, you should have started with something easier”! Why start easy. Here are a few things that made sewing these 4″ finished blocks easy:

  1. No pins are needed to sew both curved pieces together (watch the short video to see my tips and tricks). I recommend using needle down function and I love my knee-lift to cut the threads and pivot.
  2. I used an Accuquilt Die for accurate cutting of the blocks. https://www.accuquilt.com/go-drunkard-s-path-4-finished.html
  3. Quilting Stilleto https://rnk-embellish.com/products/Whats-New-From-Embellish/Embellish-Vinyl-Weeding-Tool
  4. Quilter’s Select Rulers & Cutting Systems https://quiltersselect.com/products/Select-Tools/

Want free directions for the quilting design wall in my video (as seen in the last image below)? See how to make it here: https://hopeyoder.com/make-a-quilting-design-wall/

Quilt Design Wall (see link above for free tutorial)

I would love to hear from you. What are some of your favorite tips and tricks for making a Drunkard’s Path Quilt?

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