And three million tryouts later, I have decided that this is how the garden trellis quilt will be laid out: And now for the beginner's question - there are 80 mini blocks here, & it's going to take some while for me to sew them all together (the book says to piece into pairs, then each pair (top) to each pair (bottom) to give twenty 11" blocks, which are then sewn together.)
I really would like the floor back of the attic room, & although I will be printing this pic out for reference, the only way that I can think of to keep the positions/orientations of the squares is to stick numbered post-it notes to each square (or pin a number to each mini block - the air eraser pen fades quite quickly).
Is this what everyone else does?
Many Blocks and a Little Dress - Interlocking Ohio Star Flying Churn Dash Whirlpool Interlocking Pinwheels These blocks are for the Piecing the Past Civil War Rest and Refreshing qal....
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