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    step 3 for scrappy

    For Scrappy
    (My friend”s daughter, who is very new to quilting, has volunteered to make the pieces for this section of the quilt for step 5, following my written directions. She had a bit of a problem getting everything straight, so I told her to line her pieces at the top edge and the bottom edges will “fit in” when sewn onto the project. No one will know the difference when it is all put together.)

    Using scraps or your charms, cut 16 assorted pieces 2-˝” x 4-˝”, the more variety the better. Keep in two stacks of the 8 different charm pieces.
    Cut 20 of C background fabric 2-˝” x 2-˝” squares. Also cut eight 2-˝” x 4-˝” of C.
    Cut 4 of D sashing, 2-˝” x 2-˝” square.


    Mark a diagonal line on 16 of the 2-˝” x 2-˝” background Color C fabric - marked in photo as A. separate into 2 piles of 8 pieces each.
    Take one stack of the 2-˝ x 4-12/” pieces, and place a 2-˝” background square on the patterned fabric as shown, sew from upper left to lower right. Marked on photo as B
    Take the other stack of charms and the rest of the scrap rectangles, place a 2-˝” background square on the patterned fabric, sew from upper right to lower left. - marked in photo as C.

    Trim off the corners. Press as shown in photo - half of the seams press to the top, the other half press to the bottom so the seams will “nestle” and eliminate bulk. Sew the two pieces together to make a 4-˝” square as shown - marked as photo D
    You will make 8 pieces as shown in photo , using different pairings of the strips, not matching pairs

    Sew together a background C and a sashing D, using the 2-˝” squares. Make 4 sets.
    Sew a 2-˝” x 4-˝” piece of background C to the 2-patch, copying placement of fabrics. You will have 4 blocks.

    Sew these four C-D pieces to the scrappy pairs previously made. See final photo.
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    My soul is fed with needle and thread

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    Thanks Judy, looks like a fun clue!
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    I really hate the way the pictures post these days.
    My soul is fed with needle and thread

    He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree. ~Roy L. Smith

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    I agree. It is a pain in the you know where.
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    Got the quilt off the frame. Clue is here! YAAAA! Hmmmm, very interesting!

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    thank you judy, hope you are feeling better
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    Thanks, but still feel terrible. But should be getting better soon, it's been a week now. Just so tired and miserable and feel all dragged out, like a bus ran over me LOL Someone pass me the chocolate wine, and anything with cream cheese and strawberries. I just know that will help.
    My soul is fed with needle and thread

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    Judy, In the original fabric choices you said that E was the sashing. In these instructions you say D is the sashing. ??????????

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    fresh Strawberries with ends dipped in choclate.........and lots of rest........good wishes !

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    So sorry - you are correct - chalk it up to a fuzzy brain these days. I reread instructions over and over last night, and missed this. Good catch. Florence.
    Quote Originally Posted by PokerDiva View Post
    Judy, In the original fabric choices you said that E was the sashing. In these instructions you say D is the sashing. ??????????
    My soul is fed with needle and thread

    He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree. ~Roy L. Smith

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