Friendship Block Collector Series: Set 2

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Friendship Block Collector Series: Set 2 Pattern

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Quilting: Friendship Block Collector Series: Set 2
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic rotary cutting and sewing skills

Pattern Description:

Each block in this set features a light-colored strip so that you can have friends sign the blocks like an autograph album. Use the designs to create a keepsake quilt for yourself or for a special friend. Commemorate a birthday, a special occasion, or simply friendship.

There are two other sets of blocks to collect for a total of 12 friendship blocks. This set is FREE to get you started.

Simple rotary cutting and machine piecing techniques make it easy to create the blocks for your sampler. This pattern includes fully illustrated directions for each of the 4 blocks in the set, including full-size templates for the required foundations.

Loving Harmony and Token of Friendship are easy blocks and require no templates.
Keepsake Basket has one foundation pattern.

These blocks are perfect for a block-of-the-month project, too. Organize your friends and get stitching!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8" square (8-1/2" including seam allowances all around)

Materials:

  • Rotary cutting tools
  • Foundation paper

About Designer

About Designer

Barbara Weiland on craftsy.com

I am a published sewing and quilting author with several books and many magazine articles to my credit. My most recent book, How to Make a Quilt was published in August 2014 by Storey Publishing. I've written two other successful books for them-- The Quilting Answer Book and The Sewing Answer Book. I learned to sew from my grandmothers, great grandmother, and my Mom when I was barely in grade ...

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