A quick little head's up today: I'm going to be teaching a class at the Sewing Summit in Salt Lake City in September!
I'll be teaching a class where we'll make a super-easy quilt top and finish it in class! There are lots of options for the design, so you'll be able to personalize it and make it your own. I've had fun playing with the design for this project.Virtual Quilting Bee blocks before we get Block #11 tomorrow. I've fallen behind a tiny bit this summer, but I'm planning to get back on track this weekend.
In case this happened to you too, when making Block 10 my block ended up small, but one simple fix worked. Instead of cutting my corner triangles from two 2 7/8" blocks, I cut two 3 1/8" squares and cut them on the diagonal. Voila. My block was bigger. If this one, or any of your blocks, end up smaller than 8 1/2" unfinished, don't panic. The layout for this quilt will solve any block sizing woes.