Squares in a Square

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The seams line up, well most of them do! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't worry if the first seam is wonky, it needs practise like any other new technique. I found using a 1/4" foot rather than a walking foot kept everything a consistent size that laid flat each time.

Q&A with Teresa50

corahawk401410 asked:
Very nice!
Teresa50 answered:
Thank you
Svetluska77 asked:
Hi, I like this squares.
Teresa50 answered:
Thank you
Bevschweigert asked:
I love this! Do you have the pattern anywhere?
Teresa50 answered:
I didn't have a pattern for this one, it is simple enough not to need one. Each block is made up of 36 2.5" squares and has a finished size of 12". Arrange in a chequerboard . Make as many as you need using as many different colour combinations as you fancy. Quilt as desired, I used my walking foot and did tramlines either side of the seam. Play with arrange of blocks until you get a combination you like. Use the technique taught in Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine to join the blocks. Add binding, sit back and admire your quilt.
sb_norton875991 asked:
Lovely colour combos for each large block. Nice job,
Teresa50 answered:
Thank you
ponderful asked:
great job!
Teresa50 answered:
Thank you.

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