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2018 Block of the Month - Row 2

 by thequiltingpatch on 12 Mar 2018 |
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Hello friends... 
This next row is made up of 12 Friendship Stars. ( Remember that there are two rows to make and for those making it even larger, you may have to make more to increase the width of your quilt. )

The block is a simple one, the trickery involved is in getting the points right. ie not cutting any off. Perhaps those of you who have been quilting a while might like to challenge themselves to get ALL their points right. 

Here is the cutting instructions for the blocks

The sewing for this block is as simple as it looks. It is made up of squares and half square triangles. You can either cut your triangles and sew them back together or use the easy half square method described here in last years BOM.  Just scroll about half way down the page and youll see the HST unit description. 
The block is formed by sewing three rows together, making sure you are aligning your seams as you go. 
Have fun making friendship stars and as always, let me know if you get stuck. 


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