City Girl Sew Along. I used 2 Riley Blake Designs fabrics for this block. The dots at the center of the top right and bottom left blocks were fused and machine appliqued using blanket stitch.
What you will need:
Blue fabric: (1) 3-3/8" x 23" rectangle (above: RBD Mini Quatrefoil C345)
Orange fabric: (1) 4-1/2" x 17" rectangle (above: RBD Honeycomb Dots C800)
Sewing thread (Aurifil 50wt)
Applique thread (Aurifil 40 wt)
HeatnBond fusible web (or the one you currently use)
Erasable fabric marker
Cut from blue:
(2) 3-3/8" squares
(8) 1-1/2" squares
(2) 1-1/8" circles (template included)
Cut from orange:
(4) 3-3/8" squares, then cut these in half diagonally to make 8 triangles
(2) 4-1/2" squares
How to make the block:
(Always use a 1/4" seam)
here to download template) onto the smooth side of the HeatnBond fusible web (for more details about working with fusible web, click here). Press it to the wrong side of the leftover scrap of blue fabric. Using sharp scissors, cut the circles, peel fusible web paper, and fuse them onto the center of each 4-1/2" orange square.
How are your blocks coming along? Send me photos and I will post them here next week. In the meantime, tomorrow I will show you a quilt top which is ready to be quilted. Until then, enjoy the evening.