There is a long story behind the loss and recovery of this tutorial. I won't share the whole tale here, but let's just say that I'm over the moon thrilled that this tutorial has been recovered and I'm excited to be able to share it with you (again) today.
This was originally posted on the Bee Square Blog on March 23, 2009.
Here's how to make a zig zag quilt without piecing triangles!
First, select your fabrics.
You will need:
-9 quarter yards (not fat quarters) of coordinating print fabric
-1 3/4 yards of solid fabric
-1/2 yard fabric for binding
-2 1/2 yards backing fabric
-batting and thread
Cut two strips 3" wide x WOF (width of fabric) from each of the prints.
Cut 18 strips 3" wide x WOF from the background fabric.
Each strip will yield 7 blocks.
Now it's time to assemble the quilt top.
Use a rotary cutter, mat and ruler to cut off the zig zag points....
Baste, quilt, bind and wash.