Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Snowball corner

It started snowing yesterday afternoon and now the ground is white again.
 This is my use-less-fabric-method of sewing a snowball corner to a square to make a red eye block.

I'm using the extra 2 inch wide strips from the square in a square bias blocks.
I used my easy angle to cut the red triangle and I cut a paper corner for accurate placement of the triangle on the black square.
 Place the white square on the corner of the black and line up the bias edge of the red triangle .

  Sew 4 units
 press two up and two down and trim away the extra and sew the four patch

Perfect intersections and corners.  16 sets left to sew.   Its a great day to sew. --Ann--

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