up..down...same hole... and my needle is a bit big, but it was the only one that would accommodate the thread??!!
here is the back view... and I know NOT to use a KNOT... but I just did??@#??$$?? How do you like my stabilizer...Pellon interfacing wrapper...we must be thrifty so we can purchase MORE fabric you know!! Keep posted.. Blessings all, Kathy
I have sorted my favorite fabric scraps...including just plain throwing some AWAY!!!!! YES, I said I actually threw some fabric away. Why? Well, I just did not like it and was tired of it...enough said. (They were really small pieces though )
As I sorted my red, white, blues, yellow and tans, I decided to start a new Veterans Home quilt. Here is Beth's Blog post about the paper foundation blocks that I have wanted to try and this seemed like the project. Love, Laugh Quilt
Lovely star, isn't it!! "Thanks Beth" My friend, Betty from Guild, has been helping us make old fashioned string blocks which we had made for charity quilts so I am used to the process.
Betty on the right with one of her many creations .. a method that she learned from her mama. Anyway, here are the really quick and easy steps to making the star block.
I just kinda measured the same from the center point and drew a line to the bottom part of the triangle (sorry, but I forget what the sides are called...maybe one of you can correct me) to make the template for the "star". Then I cut all of the yellow pieces.
Sew one strip, any size of scrap, both sides of the yellow star piece
Keep pressing and adding strips until finished... I only used a 1/8" seam to keep bulk down. But if you are not too sure of your seam allowances you may want to use 1/4".
trim all sides...
and voila` you are done.... with one triangle that makes up the star bock of four. Blessings all, Kathy