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One 10 inch square of neutral fabric (white, beige or cream)
One 10 inch square of blue fabric
|Try to be very accurate with the sizing of your squares and seams. Put fabric right sides together.
Sew a quarter inch seam along all four sides.
Cut your square across both diagonals. This will give you four half square triangles. Press to the dark fabric. If your cutting was accurate, you should have four squares that are the same size.
Sew these four squares into a pinwheel.
Measure 2 1/8 inches from the right of center and cut the length of the block. Measure 2 1/8 inches from the left of center and cut the length of the block.
|Leaving the center in place, turn the right and left pieces upside down and sew block together.|
|Voila! It is done.
It looks really hard but it is very simple.
Please note your new block is NOT a square. It is a rectangle. This quilt will only be able to be put together in one way, with the blocks side by side.