Piece of a small bear claw block Quilting

Last year I got an interesting comment on mine Bears Claw Block Tutorial for the Friendship Quilt Along. Laurie said, “I’ve never seen a bear with 8 claws per paw, LOL!” This week’s tiny Bears Claw Quilt Block is a little more realistic:

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Are you looking for a pattern for this Bears Claw quilt block? It’s all in the video! I’m trying something new with these Mini Block Monday videos and I’m putting all the information in the video itself. If necessary, just press “Pause” and write down the parts to be cut.

Is that just not your thing? Here is a snapshot of the patchwork pieces to get you started:

Bears Paw Quilt Block Tutorial

Mini Bears Claw Quilt Block growing instructions

This Bears Claw Quilt Block is very easy to take apart. First, you’ll create four half-square triangles using the 4-to-time method. Cut your HSTs to 1 1/2 inches square.

Then arrange your units in rows and put them together. This is how it looks when you have finished assembling your Bears Claw Quilt Block:

Bears Paw Quilt Block Tutorial

Find out more about the sewing machine I use – the Janome 1600P.

Click here to find a tutorial with my top 5 tips on how to put them together precisely.

Well, if you really want to try quilt piecing, Check out my book How to Piece Perfect Quilts to learn the WHAT, WHY and HOW behind everything I do.

Let’s do quilt

Leah day

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