I Wish You A Merry QAL Block 8!

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11 Responses

  1. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Your presents are so elegant! Great visual on centering the ribbon.

    • poweredbyquilting says:

      Thanks!!! I really like it when I know exactly how to line it up… worst is to sew, rip out, and repeat!

  2. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    Great tips on making this block and getting that ribbon to match in the angled seam. I learned something new today! I’ll have to bookmark it to refer to it again and again. I pieced the top and used the trial and error approach to getting that ribbon to match. I knew there had to be a better way. Thanks for sharing.

    • poweredbyquilting says:

      Thanks Karen! I hate ripping out over and over again… there had to be a way to align it perfectly!

  3. Patty says:

    Love your version of the blocks. I have read all the hostesses tutorials to try to get the most knowledge possible in my head in advance of making the block. They are like potato chips, once you make one you have to make the other!

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