Rocky Road to Kansas - Page 2

Now sew a triangle D, then a triangle B to the pieced triangle A. Add a triangle C to the bottom. Use all 1/4" seams. Press seam allowances towards outer triangles. Make four units like this...

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Sew the four units together to make the block, alternating pressing directions as you add pieces to avoid bulky seams...

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This quilt is made with four blocks across, and five blocks down. That is surrounded by a 2" border strip. Additional B and D triangles are then joined at their bases and added to the sides and bottom. Then a narrow binding surrounds it all.  :o)

Happy Quilting !!

Marcia :o)

Here's Annika's!  Mary's!  Julie's!  Carol's!

** Supplies List **

Color 1 Color 1 needs: two rectangles 6-1/2" x 13"
Scraps Scraps need: all the scraps you can locate!

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May18 2000 Marcia Hohn

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