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Ohio Star quilt block
Ohio Star Quilt Block

Ohio Star Quilt Block
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7) Sew them both together. Remember to use a ¼" seam allowance. My presser foot has an indentation on it to signify the ¼" position, and it makes the sewing so much easier. I have found that marking it with painter’s blue tape can work nicely as well. machine stitch
press and stitch 8) Hand press the seams in opposite directions, pin the two pieces together and stitch in place.
9) Once the pieces are sewn together, press the seams down towards the darker colored fabric when possible. press quilt block
connect rows 10) Now it’s time to connect three squares in a row. Make sure to pin carefully and don’t forget the ¼" seam allowance.
11) With one row complete, move on to the second row, repeating the steps you took to put the triangles together. Once you have three rows complete, iron seams that will meet in opposite directions, and then sew the rows together to complete the block. The last step is to iron the entire block flat. stitch second row
Ohio Star Block OK, we’re doing great, two blocks down and 4 to go! As you can see, mine aren’t perfect. I have speed issues I have to deal with…hahaha!

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