Question by  Trisha (10)

What is the process of doing a diamond quilt block cutting?

I need to do a diamond quilt block cut.


Answer by  VaNella (17)

Use a cutting mat, a rotary cutter, and a plexiglass ruler with a 60 degree angle marked. Cut a strip. Line up the 60 degree line with the fabric edge and cut. Align the edge of your ruler with the angled side and make a cut the same width of the strip.


Answer by  Dwigt (38)

Cut a strip of fabric to the desired width and with a rotary ruler's degree angle, align with right edge. Make sure the ruler is allowing enough fabric to be covered. Rotary cut along the edge of the fabric aligned with the ruler. Repeat the process when you have a desired size of diamond.


Answer by  lana756 (25)

To cut a diamond quilt block, first ut a strip of fabric that's 1/2 inch wider than your diamond's finished height. Next, align a ruler to a 30-degree, 45-degree, or 60-degree line with the left lower edge of the fabric. Rotary cut along the right edge to create one of the diamond's angles.


Answer by  pappu (170)

Take the quilt where the blocking has to be done. you can just use your old T-Shirt or ugly curtains. Just cut in shape and sew it.

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