Twisted Rail Fence from Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting: 52 Twisted Tradition Block Quilt Along

Happy Wednesday everyone!  Can you believe today is the last day of April!?  We’re one-third of the way through 2014 – it sure is flying by.  Since it’s Wednesday, it’s time for another Twisted Tradition Block Tutorial!  This week we have a lovely friend of mine – Marcia Wachuta of Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting sharing a fun twist on a traditional block with you all.  Before we get to her block…let’s learn a little more about her.
You can find Marcia all over the internet…website, blog, facebook, twitter, pinterest, and flickr!
What is your favorite thing about Quilt Alongs?I love learning new and interesting quilt blocks. Even if I don't actually make them.  I love to read the tutorials on how the blocks are constructed.
What type of quilter do you consider yourself - traditional, modern, contemporary, other...?I would describe myself as a Creative Modern Quilter.
What other quilt alongs are you participating in in 2014?
Just this one.


Apples or oranges?Apples --- I eat one almost every day! I love them on a sandwich --- I call it my Literally "Delicious" Turkey Sandwich
Favorite Book:  I am sewing and quilting and crocheting most of the time and I hardly ever read ---- If I do find time to read, it is only quilt blogs.




The 4th Annual May for Me Celebration starts on Thursday – check out THIS POST to see what it’s all about!
Now let’s check out Marcia’s Twist on the traditional ‘Rail Fence Block’.

Twisted Rail Fence Block

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Head on over to Marcia’s blog HERE to find out how to make this fun block!
I can’t wait to see what all your blocks look like!  Be sure to share you blocks and any projects you make using your blocks onto our flickr group: 52 Blocks Quilt Along

Instagram/Twitter Hashtag: #52bTT

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Stop back next Wednesday for another twisted traditional block tutorial!

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