15 Two-Block Quilts: Unlock the Secrets of Secondary Patterns
If you’ve ever marveled at the deceptively complex effect of a two-block quilt, this is the book for you. The secondary design created by placing two blocks side by side adds up to much more than just the sum of its parts. 15 two-block quilt projects help you put the process into practice - choose from Churn Dash Memories, Kansas Windmill, Shoo Box, and more fun block combinations. Claudia’s detailed directions teach you the tricks of the technique so you can design your own two-block quilts. Learn which types of blocks work well together and why, for sensational secondary design effects. Includes instructions for extending blocks into borders. Easy rotary cutting and strip piecing.
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42"-wide fabric Add binding Adding the Borders Aircastle Aster backstitch BLOCK Finished blue square border strips borders and binding center square complete the block corner square Cut the following CUTTING CHART continued Cutting sizes Diamond Girl Fabric Number Finishing the Quilt following 42"-long strips given in inches green square half-square triangle units includes binding lavender light beige square medium blue medium green navy square Number of strips Pieced Border position a 27/8 position a 2V2 Press and trim Press carefully pressing arrows purple triangle Quick-Corner Triangles quilt as desired quilt layout quilt top rectangle Refer to Half-Square Refer to Quick-Corner Referring to Finishing Repeat step rows with five seam Second Cut Sew one unit sew the quilt Sew the units sizes are given square as shown square triangle units Stitch strip together lengthwise strips and pieces teal top and bottom triangle corner units from step V2 yard white square yards Batting