|3.Pin a printed FPP paper on the background side|
only need two pins
|4.Stitch on the inside and outside sewing lines|
of the 3 marked squares only.
|5.Trim on the outside lines to 4.5"|
|6.Cut in half vertically|
|7.cut into quarters horizontally|
8.Separate the unstitched square pieces
cut the BG piece into a 1 7/8" square.
|9.Cut the accent fabric in half on the diagonal|
|10.Cut the sewn squares in half to make|
11.This is what you should have
|12.remove the papers|
|1.Start laying out the blocks with the small square |
at the top on point
|3.Begin chain piecing blocks into towsies starting from the|
lower triangle on the right
but not the square block at the top yet and end with the last two on the left.
|2.Build up the blocks with the colored fabrics|
facing inwards and the ends facing down
|4.Join the twosie groups together to make the left and right, then add the plain square to the top of the right side row of blocks press toward the plain square.|
CUT A 5" SQUARES ONCE ON THE DIAGONAL
FOR THE BODY OF THE TRIANGLES.
|5.Join the twosies together making sure they all face the correct way|
|6.Add the shorter pieced unit to the left of the body triangle,|
finger press seams towards the larger piece
|Then add the right side with the square|
Should look like this.
Press seams inward toward the large triangle
CUT BACKGROUND SQUARES 7 3/4" ONCE DIAGONALLY
TO MAKE THE LARGER TRIANGLE TO COMPLETE THE BLOCK
SHOW AND TELL
|Bonus quilt using fat quarters.|
|Christie Dillon designs two different p2p's|
|Quilted on my Statler Supreme "Sadie"|
|Spring Mountain complete|
(almost just needed the binding)
|2.Use 5"squares of a background and an accent fabrics |
right sides together