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Thread: Iris-flower block making1

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    Iris-flower block making1

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    Iris-flower block making2

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    Iris-virág blokk making3: flower leaves

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    Enci--

    These blocks are just beautiful! Iris are my favorite flowers, as you can tell from my screen name. I just have a couple of questions for you:

    Do you have measurements for the size of your beginning squares?
    Can you tell us how far your cuts are from the corners of your stacked squares?
    Do you use a bias strip of fabric for your stem and leaf pieces?
    Are the leaf pieces made essentially like the stems?

    Thanks for showing us a new way to make a beautiful block!
    Sue

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    These blocks are just beautiful! Iris are my favorite flowers, as you can tell from my screen name. I just have a couple of questions for you:

    Do you have measurements for the size of your beginning squares?
    Can you tell us how far your cuts are from the corners of your stacked squares?
    Do you use a bias strip of fabric for your stem and leaf pieces?
    Are the leaf pieces made essentially like the stems?

    Thanks for showing us a new way to make a beautiful block!
    [One of quarter block made from 3+1 pieces 12X12 cm square-fabric. The four sorted element-blocks are parts of the iris-block(cca.15X15cm!). To start of the leaves sewing are also higher-longer raw material needed!The supplement-pieces can be read on the plan/QUOTE]
    Enci

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    very nice!! i was confused at first, and then it all came together. cleverly done!
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    Beautiful.....thank you for the tutorial. Your work is always amazing

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