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The center is made of 1.5” squares, the next ring is 2.5” squares, and the outer ring is 3.5” squares. The finished block should measure 12.5” square.
In this block, the center is made of 3.5” squares, the next ring of 2.5” squares, and the outer ring is made of 1.5” squares. The finished block should measure 12.5” square.
Block #3 is a bit more complicated. Here’s the blowout of the block. In this block, the center is made of 1.5” squares.
|Blocks #1 and #3 on point|
|Block #1 and #3|
|Block #1 and #3 on point|
|Block #3 on point|
And then there's my personal favorites, the chevrons!
Can you tell I really enjoy playing with EQ7?
Be sure to check out the other stops on the blog hop!
And remember, if you'd like to contribute a block to Anna's efforts, you can find the block specs and mailing info here. She's having a giveaway on 8/2 to celebrate the blog hop, and each block sent in earns one entry. There are also entries for donations to her mother-in-law's fund. You can read more about the giveaway here.
Thanks for stopping by - I hope you enjoy the blocks! I really appreciate your patience, too, as I learn to use some diagramming programs to create tutorials. It's quite a learning curve!
Be sure to stop by tomorrow, too - Karrie Lyne of Freckled Whimsy will be our guest blogger as part of the Hands2Help Charity Quilt Challenge. I cannot wait to see what she's come up with - she has such great quilt designs!