Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Fox and Geese

 
Hi!  If you enjoy this blog, please become
a follower, I need to know if anyone is out
there using these tutorials!  And pop on over
to the American Homestead blog and see what
is going on in my life.  All the best!  ~ Ellen
 
 
A simple block using different sizes
of Half Square Triangles.
 
 
Fabric Requirements:
 
Fabric A: Light
2 - 3 1/4" squares - mark
a diagonal line on back
1 - 5 1/4" square - mark
a diagonal line on back
 
Fabric B: Medium
4 - 2 1/2" squares
2 - 3 1/4" squares
 
Fabric C: Dark
1 - 5 1/4" square
 
 
Make Half Square Triangles:
Pair 5 1/4" squares right sides
together and 3 1/4" squares
right sides together.  Sew 1/4"
away from both sides of drawn
line.  Cut on drawn line and
press seams to the darker fabric.
 
 
Square 5 1/4" half square
triangles to 4 1/2".
 
 
Square 3 1/4" half square
triangles to 2 1/2".
 
 
Layout small half square
triangles and 2 1/2" squares
as shown as sew together
in 2 rows.  Press seams to
the 2 1/2" square.
 
 
Sew rows together.  Make
2 small 4 patch units.  Press
this seam open to reduce bulk.
 
 
Square small four patch
 units to 4 1/2".
 
 
Layout all units as shown
and sew together in two rows.
Press seams to the large
half square triangles.
 
 
Sew rows together and
square to 8 1/2".
Press seam open to
reduce bulk.
 
This is an example of:  Don't
quilt when you are tired.
 
 
There, that's better...

No comments:

Post a Comment