by Michelle Goss
Had material left over from another quilt project. Cut 8 x 10" squares of pattern and the same if white fabric. Then made the triangle squares. Drew a line diagonally across the material. Put a pattern piece together with a white piece. Then sewed a 1/4" seam either side of the line previously drawn. Once sewn, cut the material on the drawn line. When opened out " voila" the block has Been created. Once all blocks ready, sewed them in the desired pattern. As this was a baby quilt, I didn't add extra binding but brought the binding forward from the back. Machine sewed it really close to the edge. (Used a zipper foot, to get really close). The trick with this I believe is ensuring you have ironed good creases. The quilt has been received and is very much loved.
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