If you love collecting fat quarter bundles or if you have a favorite fabric shop, this quilting project from Material Girl Quilts on Youtube is the perfect project for you! This quilt is super easy, beginner-friendly, and gorgeous. It’s ideal if you’re new to quilting or want a quick project for the weekend. Watch the video tutorial to learn the step-by-step instructions.
To start, make sure all of your fat quarters have at least 21.58243; of usable fabric. Now, turn your fabric and the first cut you8217;re going to make is a 5 & a 1/28243; strip from one side. After this, turn it to the side and cut a 10 & 1/28243; x 5 & 1/28243; rectangle. The next cut you8217;re going to make is a 10 & 1/28243; square from the main fabric. Start in the bottom corner, line it up at 10 & 1/28243;, then cut the square. Cut a 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangle to the remaining fabric, then cut two 5 & 1/28243; squares.
Cut the same for every fat quarter so you8217;ll have a total of one 10 & 1/28243; square, three 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangles, and two 5 & 1/28243; squares. Now that all of your fat quarters are cut, it8217;s time to make the blocks. This quilt consists of two different blocks, there8217;s block A consists of one 10 & 1/28243; square and one 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangle. You8217;ll sew those right sides together along the seam and press open. Block B consists of two different 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangles and two different 5 & 1/28243; squares. First, you8217;ll sew your 5 & 1/28243; squares together, press them open, then sew along this seam here. You will sew a 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangle with a quarter of an inch seam, press it open, then attach the last 5 & 1/28243; x 10 & 1/28243; rectangle on the bottom side. Repeat this process to make a total of 10 block A8217;s and 10 block B8217;s. Once all 10 blocks are completed, you will lay them out with five blocks per row for a total of four rows, and you will alternate between blocks A and B.
Original source: https://diyjoy.com/easy-fat-quarter-mixer-quilt-tutorial/