Diane Harris explains why you want to have the stitch and flip in your box of quilting skills. You will find that this method uses squares and rectangles to end up with triangular shapes without having to cut or sew triangles or sew along a bias edge. Look at multiple examples ranging from a flying geese unit to a square in a square unit.
Today on our blog, we have Debby Kratovil from Debby Kratovil Quilts blog sharing how her pattern "Hearts on Fire" works beautifully with a group of our Benartex Batiks. (And the pattern is free to all readers today!)