|Pattern is from quiltdoodledesigns|
Just for fun, I decided to do the block of the month at quiltdoodledesigns. I love a scrap, the blocks are easy and fairly fast and I get to dig thru the scrap bins. Winning! The above two blocks are Feb. and March. The layout of her quilt will make it easy for me to quilt it in rows to save my
They will be highly embellished I'm sure.
I take it over to the sewing table so I keep the squares in order.
I place the top pair face up on the sewing table, take the top square of the next row flip it right side down on this pair and sew that seam.
Chain piece adding the next one down each time, don't cut the chain.
Starting at the top again, do the same process with the fourth square flipped right sides together over the top trio, to make a chain of foursies:
I press each row in opposite directions to make sewing the rows nest together well.
This is a fast method to make backgrounds of lots of fabrics, or scenes like this pattern calls for.
Hope this is clear, and you enjoy it. I am linking to the super scrappy March link party, HERE! where lots of people are digging into their teal scraps for March and sharing their cool block patterns.
Hope this is teal enough.... the roof is teal as well as some of the scraps. One day I will figure out how to set up a video camera to make all this much easier!
BTW, If you are interested in learning how to make my design wall, I'll come to your guild!