By Judy Crow
This new booklet from residence of White Birches teaches you starting place stitches - a simple and enjoyable method in order to make the root chain and the 1st row of stitches while. It contains nearly 70 tasks from presents models to child and residential decor.
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Refer to “Half-Square Triangles,” page 105, and position a 37⁄ 8" pink square on a 37⁄ 8" pink print square. Stitch, cut, and press. Make two to create four halfsquare triangle units. 5. Sew the units from step 4 together as shown. Sew two units from step 3 to the sides. 64 1 5 Tw o - B l o c k Q u i l t s 7. Repeat steps 1–6 to make a total of twelve Pieced Star blocks. Assembly Refer to the quilt layout on page 65. Beginning with a Pine Burr block and alternating with the Pieced Star blocks, lay out and sew the quilt in five rows with five blocks in each.
Pieced Border 1. Refer to “Quick-Corner Triangles,” page 106, and position a 2" light beige square on the end of a 2" x 31⁄ 2" red rectangle. Stitch to make a triangle corner. Press. Repeat to make a triangle on the opposite end. Make eight. 2. Repeat step 1 using light beige squares and floral print rectangles. Make eight. 3. Sew one unit from step 1 to one unit from step 2 as shown. Repeat to make eight. 4. Refer to “Half-Square Triangles,” page 105, and position a 37⁄ 8" light beige square on a 37⁄ 8" floral print square.
5. Repeat step 1 to sew two 21⁄ 2" blue squares to a 21⁄ 2" x 41⁄ 2" white rectangle. Make four. 10. Repeat steps 1–9 to make a total of 13 Kansas blocks. Windmill Block 6. Referring to “Half-Square Triangles,” page 105, position a 27⁄ 8" bright pink square on a 27⁄ 8" blue square. Stitch, cut, and press. Make four for a total of eight half-square triangle units. 7. Sew one unit from step 5 between two units from step 6. Press. 8. Sew two of the units from step 7 to the sides of the center unit from step 4.
Chain-Free Crochet Made Easy by Judy Crow