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WATER BLOCK 4

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Water Block Four is made up of 9 pieces. This block is the first block of row three. The block consists of water, with two reeds passing through it. One reed appears to cross over the other. The reed that is behind continues up into water block 2, so be sure you use the same color. Careful sewing is crucial, because the reed of this block must match up precisely to the reed in water block 2.

Measures 6.5" x 8.5"

WATER BLOCK FOUR


Pattern Pieces

OVERALL LAYOUT
Print out a copy of the overall layout so you'll know where each block goes.

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Water Block 4 Pattern

Print out the patterns for this block. Our patterns download as pdf files. For instructions on downloading pdf files, go to: pdf instructions.

Water Block 4 Pattern: Page 1 Overall Layout

Water Block 4 Pattern: Page 2

Water Block 4 Pattern: Page 3

Water Block 4 Pattern: Page 4

Water Block 4 Pattern: Page 5



Instructions

1.  Lay out fabric pieces
(figure 1).

fabric layout
figure 1


2.  Stitch Piece A to Piece B
(figure 2)

3.  Stitch Piece B to Piece C
(figure 3)
stitch pieces
figure 2
stitch block pieces
figure 3


4.  Stitch Piece D to Piece I. Then stitch that section to Piece E (figure 4).

5.  Stitch Piece D-E to Piece F (figure 5).

stitch block
figure 4
stitch block
figure 5

6.  Stitch Piece G to Piece H. (figure 6).

stitch G to H
figure 6
7.  Stitch Section G-H to Piece F (figure 7).


stitch G-H to F
figure 7

8.  Stitch the two halves together. A-B-C makes up one half; the other pieces form the other half. (figure 8).

When finished, use your quilter's square to square up the block. It should measure 6.5" wide by 8.5" tall.
stitch halves
figure 8


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