This is listed as an intermediate block, and Brenda references Lessons 2,3, and 4 for construction tips! Please post your assembly tips, questions, suggestions and block photos here! Happy stitching.....
Wow Kathie. WTG.
Beautiful blocks. I especially like the red and white.
kathie, both of your blocks are wonderful nice work gini
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My G-7 - I am getting back in the swing on hand piecing...teehee
it comes back pretty quickly , thea. nice block gini
I like it Thea.
Thea, very pretty, great job, I love your fabric choice. I havn't done this block yet , but I think it is going to be one of my favorites , I'm orginally from Indianapolis..And this is where I raised my family. ..BArbara
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I finally finished this block. ,Barbara
It looks good Barbara.
Thanks Kris, I think I should have gone with a beige fabric instead of white,, I'm not real happy with it the more I look at it...Barbara
Barbara - before you redo the block - try tea staining it - that might knock the brightness off the white that I think is bothering you. I think it is a pretty block though... you did awesome!
I'm not pleased with this one but it's finished. The curves were hand pieced using freezer paper templates and the centre strips were rotary cut and machine pieced.
I guess I made my seams too deep because my center cross is a bit narrow. But I don't plan on doing this one again! I'm ready for an easy block.