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Thread: February 2015 Piece & Cut BOM

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    February 2015 Piece & Cut BOM

    Another quilt block designed by Rhonda
    This is a 12 1/2" unfinished quilt block
    You can make it larger or smaller by using a different size template

    If you need a template just pm me and send me your address.
    I send the 2 1/2" out for free.

    This one uses my Kansas Dugout blocks and HSTs

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    Here are the directions for the Kansas Dugout blocks done my way
    The leftovers can be recycled into making more blocks

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    And here is a Quilt you can make with this quilt block.

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    Beautiful. Looks like a time consumer, but works up beautiful. The green and red look Christmasy

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    All the "X"'s and "O"'s look like a big tic tac toe game. The block is pretty, but really like all the secondary patterning going on.
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    Secondary patterns are my favorite part. Alot of times the block is just okay but when you play with colors and placement of colors then you see a much more fantastic design with the secondary patterns showing up.

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    Love your Block.

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    Nice!

    Interestingly, this is the same basic block as what I'm using for a swap right now. Two wide strips with a narrow one in the middle, cut on the diagonal. The get arranged to make a diamond pattern, which is the secondary pattern showing up here (the light square outlined by green) when the two blocks are sewn together.

    I wanted to make a wall hanging for St. Pat's day, and I think this will work out fine, using shades of green. I put mine together in strips and cut them all at one time - just have to pay attention to the order and alternate wide/narrow strips.

    though I did find that sewing 20 strips together and then cutting on the diagonal was a bit much - had to pull out my 36" ruler as my favorite 24" was not long enough!
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    to see all of my BOMs now and in past Quilt alongs you can find them here

    Blocks of the Week by Rhonda

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    very nice design
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    thanks Nancy

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    Here is my start - nine blocks ready to start sewing. I ran out of fabric for the green, so the HSTs are a different fabric - but the shade is similar so it should look OK. I'm doing these for fun and practice. And now I know what HST stands for LOL!!

    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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