Below we gathered different tutorial versions of the Mariner’s Compass Quilt Pattern and tricks on easy quilting shortcuts.
1. Mariner’s Compass 32 point Quilt Block
This Mariner’s Compass 32 point Quilt block uses a combination of Flip & Fold and piecing fabric. This technique is an easier method than paper piecing. Choose your desired color and patterned fabric to achieve this beautiful block.
Block Finish Size: 8.5 inches × 8.5 inches
2. Miller’s Mariner’s Compass Quilt
Miller’s Mariner’s Compass Quilt is an adorable wall-hanging quilt or table topper. This quilt pattern uses the paper foundation piecing technique. The Miller’s Mariner’s Compass Quilt has step-by-step instructions to help quilters assemble it easily.
Project Finish Size: 24 inches × 24 inches
3. Mariners Compass Centerpiece Quilt Pattern
Looking for a beach theme quilt? The Mariners Compass Centerpiece Quilt Pattern by Lessa Siegele is a gorgeous marine-inspired pattern that uses Foundation paper piecing and machine stitching.
Skill level: Experienced
4. Mariner’s Compass Quilt by Danika Norey
Mariner’s Compass Quilt by Danika Norey from Bookerworx is a fat-quarter friendly pattern. This quilt block uses a paper piecing technique.
Block Finish Size: 12 inches × 12 inches
Here are some tricks in making the Mariner’s Compass quilt.
32-Point Mariner’s Compass Book and Ruler Combo Set
Using the strip-piecing method it would be quick and accurate to quilt the Mariner’s Compass Block.
This set includes a 28-page instruction book, angle transparency to affix to your straight edge ruler, and a 17″x 22″ pattern sheet with the center templates needed for 32-point sunflower blocks.
GO! Mariner’s Compass Die Bundle #2
A fast and easy way to make the Mariner’s Compass block is to use a die cut machine. The GO! Mariner’s Compass Die Bundle from Accuquilt will help you cut accurate pieces of fabrics. With this machine you will be able to create a beautiful quilt project in no time.