Do You Ever Stack & Whack – Learn From Craftsy


For those who are Craftsy followers, have you ever visited their blog. I encourage you to take a peek today. I have just found a great blog post with a tutorial using the “stack & whack” technique. I have never tried it but after reading this blog post I may just give it a try. I have also download the FREE Guide: Genius Hacks Every Quilter Should Know. Yes, it is FREE so check it out today.

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What is stack and whack piecing?


The term Stack-n-Whack was coined by Bethany Reynolds, who’s best known for her stunning kaleidoscope quilt patterns. However, the phrase (along with “stack and slice”) has been eagerly adopted as a generic term in the quilt community, used to reference the technique of slicing multiple pieces of fabric cut at a time. This creates interchangeable pieces that can be rearranged and pieced together.


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