Part Three - Sewing the Squares This is Part 3-B
Assembling 25 Units of 4 Blocks each:
Using the half square triangle squares made in the previous part -and- the solid color squares cut in the part before you will assemble the following 6 different Units of 4. Sew the number shown for each. Fabric A is shown here as Blue, Fabric B is shown as a black tweed and Fabric C is shown as white.
For easiest assembly - first sew the two top pairs of squares for each unit, then the two bottom pairs. Then, matching center seam, sew the two pairs into the Unit of 4.
If you used different fabrics for A, B and/or C - assemble them randomly in these units.
|Unit 1 - make 4|
|Unit 2 - make 8|
|Unit 3 - make 4|
|Unit 4 - make 4|
|Unit 5 - make 1|
|Unit 6 - make 4|
Now using the 4-square units you
== and ==
Make 4 of these units
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