I always loved Carolina Lily quilt blocks, but it was a bit difficult to make them mini! I decided to simplify the pattern to work with Half Square Triangles and called it Leahs Carolina Lily because this is my variant of this traditional block. In this quilt tutorial you will learn how to assemble it:
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Leahs Carolina Lily Piecing Instructions
You will make many Half Square Triangles for this Carolina Lily quilt block. Click here for a more detailed tutorial on how to assemble half square triangles.
The larger half square triangle is cut to a 2 inch square. The smaller ones should measure 1 inch square.
And this is how it looks when you have assembled this mini quilt block!
Assembling is just the first step to Leahs Carolina Lily. You will also need some embroidery thread and a needle to sew the flower stems on. Watch the video to see how I embroidered this design.
I loved these Carolina Lily blocks so much that I made two to create my mini Easter basket! Click here to find this new pattern.
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