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Winter Village Quilt Along – Block 1

Updated: Jun 23, 2021

Come quilt with me! I can’t even explain how excited I am to build this village with you! I imagine all my friends

living in all those cute little houses and we are all quilting neighbors!

This event is FREE for everyone! You can join at any point along the way and feel free to bring friends!

We will be sewing this beautiful Winter Village quilt over the next 8 weeks. Each week, we are going to create a section of the quilt, we will call each section a block. Our first Block has 3 houses.

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To begin, gather all of your supplies: Winter Village pattern, fabric (we have kits!), rotary, ruler,

fabric pencil, pins, scissors, and Aurifil thread 2310 and lets quilt together!


We begin begin by cutting House 1. Follow the directions on page 3 of the Winter Village Pattern and lay out all your pieces for your first house.

Start by sewing 2 light rectangles with 1 blue rectangle to create a chimney square. This unit should be 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ unfinished.

Position your chimney square horizontal with your roof rectangle right sides together.

Mark diagonal line. Stitch following this line.

Trim and press, pushing seam allowance towards dark.

Next, position light, background square, light sides together, with roof unit. Draw a diagonal line.

Sew along the line. Trim to the right a 1/4″ away from it.

Press open, this time pushing seam allowance towards the light. Your roof unit should be 3-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ unfinished size.

Next, we will assemble our house by sewing top and bottom blue rectangles to the light window square. Pin and sew side rectangles to complete the house.

Edyta’s Tip: Be aware of your fabric pattern! Start first by laying out your fabric pieces and pay attention to the direction of your print.

Push seam allowance towards dark fabric.

Sew all units together; house, roof, sky, and a side sashing.

Congratulations! You have just built your first house!


We will now cut House 2. Follow the directions on page 4. Lay out all your pieces for your second house.

We begin by making a Quarter Square Triangle (QST) unit.

Pin and sew two triangle sets.