Sew Along With June-Block 12

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Quilt Along With June - Block 12


(2) 7 ¼” squares of background colour

(4) 4" squares of print. These can be one colour or various colours.

Centre Unit

(4)  2” x 3 ½” rectangles printed fabric

(4) 2” squares of background

(1) 3 ½” square of print for the centre

Corner Units

16” x 2” strip of background

16” x 2” strip of print

Flying Geese
With the 7 ¼” square of background and (4) 4” print fabric, make 4 flying geese using the 4 at once method. There are pictures following to remind you how to do it.
Square Flying geese to 6 ½” x 3 ½”. the easiest way to square up flying geese is to use the Deb Tucker Wing Clipper. It is awesome for this.
Centre Unit
Sew 3 ½” x 2” print rectangle to the centre 3 ½” square
Sew a 2” background square to each end of the remaining 3 ½” x 2” rectangle. Press to the rectangle. Sew the units together as shown in the picture.
Corner Stone Unit
Sew the two 16” x 2” strips together. Press
Cut into 2 “segments.
Sew the units together in pairs using opposing colours. You will end up with 4 corner stone units.
Block Assembly
Lay the block sections out as in the following picture. Sew together and press seams open.
And that’s it. I hope you have enjoyed quilting along with me!
Don’t forget all these blocks came from the book Playful Precuts Quilts by Amanda Niederhauser. This book is available at Threads That Bind.


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