This week’s block is made of quarter blocks. It has some different subunits than we have made before so I hope it’s a fun challenge for you. I can’t wait to see the beautiful blocks you make and post on the Facebook Group. I love to see all the different color combinations.
I thought this was the last week, but it is not. Next week is Block 13 which is the last block.
Click on the block below to go to the Qube QAL Page OR click on the link in the Menu at the top of the page to get there. And have fun!
It’s hard to believe but we’re almost there. This is week 11 and the block is Yankee Puzzle No. 1. It’s half square triangles and some flying geese and is made up of quarter blocks. Click on the block and it will take you to the QAL page. Look for the link to the instructions in the list of blocks.
Happy Monday to all! Block 10 is posted, and I think you will find that it has easy units – half square triangles and a four patch – and is a lot of fun.
Here’s a picture of the block. Just click the picture and it will take you to the QAL page.
Some of the participants in the Quilt Along (QAL) had asked if I would post the rest of the quilt blocks as they want to finish this project and move on to a new one. However, as I started working on it, I realized that it was too much to do with the other projects that I have on the agenda that have to be done. I truly appreciate all the comments on the Facebook Page telling how much everyone has enjoyed the QAL and the pace of one block per week. This QAL has been fun for me because the blocks have not been as complicated as the ones from the last QAL.
For those who use Electric Quilt software, I added the EQ8 file to the Facebook Page group Files. My blog host would not let me add it to the Media files here.
This week’s block is very much like the Block 3 Diamond Star that we made. The patches are half square triangles instead of squares on this one. It will be a fun block to do and will give you time to finish those connectors and half connector border blocks. Click here or on the image below to find the QAL page.