Saturday, 23 March 2013
Posted by Deborah Cohen at 11:03
The north block is like this with the feature fabric pictures up
The west block is like this with the feature fabric pictures up
This will continue in next post because blogger is arguing with the number of pictures.
Posted by Deborah Cohen at 10:51
Join the first group to the top of the second group
Make this group.
Join together to form:
Frame smaller frame fabric on all sides add extra group.Join together to form
Add these together to form
This Block B7
Posted by Deborah Cohen at 09:36
Monday, 25 February 2013
(color key is in previous posts)
There are some corrections to the strip piecing instructions you will need 4 each of
and eight of
Join together to form the block. B4
This is Block B5
Put one each of these blocks in the bags marked north south east and west.
Posted by Deborah Cohen at 09:51
Monday, 18 February 2013
Monday, 4 February 2013
This is Block B5. (There were a couple of errors in the original strip list - the will be some strips left over and you will need an extra 2 1/2" square - sorry)
Add Frame fabric to the the strip of two 3 1/2" squares.
Add other strips top form left section of block.
Add frame fabric to two sides of this strip
Make this group
Add 2 1/2" square but only sew 1/2 length from outer edge.
Join groups to make this section
Make this group
Add to previous section
Frame feature fabric
Complete right side of block sewing the vertical line first and the horizontal line second.
Join strips and frame fabric to form the following groups:
Join theses groups together and then add
The other groups are then added to the to and bottom to complete block B6
The colors in this pattern DO NOT indicate the colors you should use but rather the size of the final size rectangle to help pattern reading.
1. the frame fabric(FF) and feature fabrics have a consistent color;
|Frame Fabric (FF) 1 1/2" wide|
2. the cut size of the rectangle.
|Violet 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"|
|Yellow 4 1/2" x 2 1/2"|
|Blue 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"|
|Pink 4 1/2 " x 3 1/2"|
|Olive 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"|
Posted by Deborah Cohen at 11:20