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triple cut quilt blocks

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Third Color Set: Fabric Print 1 & Fabric Print 4: Two Blocks

I used Print 1 and Print 4 for this set. You need two blocks of this color set. Select one square of print 1 and one square of print 4. Use your choice of double cut, double-triple cut, or triple-triple cut to create two blocks.


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triple cut
Color Set 3: Triple Cut

Fourth Color Set: Fabric Print 2 & Fabric Print 3: Four Blocks

I used Print 2 and Print 3 for this set. You need four blocks of this color set. Select two squares of print 2 and two squares of print 3. Use your choice of double cut, double-triple cut, or triple-triple cut to create four blocks.


triple cut quilt block Color set 4: double cut


Fifth Color Set: Print 2 & Print 4: Four Blocks

I used Print 2 and Print 4 for this set. You need fou4 blocks of this color set. Select two squares of print 2 and two squares of print 4. Use your choice of double cut, double-triple cut, or triple-triple cut to create four blocks.


double triple cut quilt block Color set 5: double-triple cut


Sixth Color Set: Fabric Print 1 & Fabric Print 3: Two Blocks

I used Print 1 and Print 3 for this set. You need two blocks of this color set. Select one square of print 1 and one square of print 3. Use your choice of double cut, double-triple cut, or triple-triple cut to create two blocks.


double-triple cut quilt block Color set 6: double-triple cut


Center Block: One block

For your center block, make one 8.5" square quilt block. See the beginning of the instructions for a sample block. I made the Laced Star block as my center block (see my center block on page 1).


Plain Blocks: Four blocks

NOTE: As stated above, in my quilt I substituted 4 finished blocks with 4 plain blocks. I cut two plain 8.5" blocks from print 2 and two plain 8.5" blocks from print 4.


ASSEMBLE YOUR QUILT

Lay out your blocks. Arrange them in whatever pattern you prefer. Re-arrange them and look at them again. Walk away and come back later. Do you still like the arrangement? Play around with your arrangement and have fun with it. Turn blocks in a different direction (upside down). How does that look? When satisfied, stitch your quilt top together. Layer with backing and batting. Add binding and hanger on the back and you now have a beautiful new piece of art for your wall!

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