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Grandmother's Choice Block 14
With this block I decided to try to loosen up a bit and not obsess on matching lines across every patch. That's where the zig zag came in. I think it makes a cool effect in the center of the block.
You can get directions for making this block on Barbara Brackman's blog and you can see the other blocks in the Flickr group.
Posted at 01:20 PM in Grandmother's Choice | Permalink
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Wow! These blocks turned out terrific! I love the yellow and black 'square'...it gives the block real pop!
Lynne in Hawaii |
December 08, 2012 at 01:38 PM
Oh WOW, your blocks look fabulous. Love both, but the one with the print is just remarkable. The one on top has dimension; how totally wonderful. Please keep up the inspiration.
Connie in Louisiana
December 08, 2012 at 03:20 PM
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