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    Made this Last night

    Was wondering from experts here.....what size square would this be considered. I am fairly new and always asking questions TIA for answers.......
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    measure and see what size it is. thats what size it would be.
    Some people visit paradise, I live there.

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    Cute block!!
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    I would consider it a wall hanging or table topper. Peggy
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    Just simply measure it with a ruler, tape measure or the lines of your cutting board. You might want to starch it nice and press it flat with your iron. You can then "square it up" as needed. Your block is adorable! You can get a lot of tips by checking out YouTube, especially Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorials. Go for it, girl!

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    adorable!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwilter View Post
    Just simply measure it with a ruler, tape measure or the lines of your cutting board. You might want to starch it nice and press it flat with your iron. You can then "square it up" as needed. Your block is adorable! You can get a lot of tips by checking out YouTube, especially Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorials. Go for it, girl!
    Ok I realize my question would sound dumb but trying to figure out size. I am a visual person and I am signed up for the first time in the spring square block exchange and wanted to see if this is the size I needed to make. This what it says (Blocks can be any size divisible by 3", plus seam allowances. Smallest is 3.5"x3.5".
    Limit of 1 set of 3.5" blocks to keep things fair.)
    Deb in Texas

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    Very pretty block. Have it earmarked.

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    Very cute block.

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    That is a very beautiful block,just measure and that the size it will be.
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