Monday, September 18, 2017

QUBE sampler QAL block 36

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Block 36!

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This block looks odd, but it’s an illusion!, not hard at all.

And again we’ll be using the chisel die from the companion set!

You’ll be using dies #5,8 and #9 and 3 fabrics plus white


With die #5 cut out 4 white,

2 of fabric A

4 of fabric B and

8 of fabric C

With die #8 cut out 2 of fabric C

with die #9 cut out 2 of fabric A both RIGHT side up!

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sew HST blocks together

2 of white and fabric C

2 of white and fabric A

4 of fabric B and C

and then sew remaining fabric C triangles to angled edge of #9 chiselsDSCF8705

then sew #8 rectangles to long sides of chisel blocks

also sew white/C HSTs together with B/C HSTs

and B/C HSTs together with white/A HSTs

(confused?? just look at the picture of the block and rotate HSTs around so it looks like the picture)

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Now sew into broken dished blocks (at least I think that’s the name of them) making sure none of the same fabrics touch and that fabric A is at the bottom left and them opposite corners- top left and bottom right are the same, the top right is the odd one out)

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Now sew these to the chisel blocks and have the bottom left triangle (fabric A) touch the chisel fabric as it’s the same!

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Now flip the bottom section and sew block together

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quite a funky block, right?

Here’s block #35 from the participants

Renie’s block in batiks

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and Michelle caught up on blocks 33-35

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2 comments:

My Life In Quilts said...

I don't have any of the sets you are using, but I probably have the dies. Could you tell us what size these are please??

sally johnson said...

Bea I have the 12" Go Cube and ordered the companion set. So cannot wait to play