October 2003 Block of the Month
(12 1/2" unfinished – 12" finished)
Cutting & Sewing Directions
|Main Fabric A:||Dark (Black shown)|
|Coordinating Fabric B:||Medium (Blue Shown)|
|Contrast C:||Bright Contrast (Red Shown)|
Fabric C: Cut 1 square, 3 3/8"
Fabric B: Cut 2 squares, 2 7/8", divide diagonally to get 4 triangles.
Sew a triangle to one side of the square, matching long sides of the triangle to the side of the square. Sew a second triangle to the opposite side of the square. Then sew a triangle to each of the other two sides of the square.
Fabric D: Cut 4 squares, 4 1/2"
Fabric A: Cut 4 squares 3 5/8". Divide each diagonally into 2 triangles to get 8 triangles.
Fabric D: Cut 1 Square, 5 1/4", Divide diagonally twice in 4 quarter-square triangles.
Cut 4 squares 2 1/4", Divide each diagonally once into 8* half-square triangles.
Fabric C: Cut 4 Squares, 1 7/8".
To one side of each fabric C square, sew a fabric D triangle, matching short side of triangle to square. Then on each unit, sew a fabric D triangle to the adjoining side. Using the color photo as a guide, sew each of these D/C triangle units to a Fabric A triangle, matching short sides.
To each of the remaining Fabric A triangles, sew a Fabric D triangle, matching short sides. Refer to the color photo to make sure you have them on the correct sides.
Sew the A/D triangles together with the A/C/D triangles, matching long sides.
Square up each unit to 4 1/2" and assemble the block as a 9 patch