I love this block. Thanks for the directions. So simple and so cool.
Oh I was so hoping you would post how you made them!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
thank you for sharing.love the block and fabrics
This is beautiful! I have a couple of false starts, but I think that this block will be the perfect way to showcase some mini charm pack squares. So glad I found you! (Via fluffy sheep quilting, Canadian quilter, and Pinterest)Sarah
Lovely, thank you for sharing! Making this for a Women's Conference.
Thank you so much everyone! I would just love to see if you have pictures of your work!
Thanks for sharing this tutorial! I used it to make a mini-quilt for a friend: http://redflannelpantry.com/2013/10/04/time-enough/
I am so glad that I have found your site,I love your block and might try to sew one up today.Peggy S
Very nice. Thank you for sharing.
Love the quilt top Have you seen the Circle of Nine books by Janet Houts and Jean Ann Wright? There are 3 books in the popular series and they all explore the many ways to sew this setting.
I'd like to share your block and instructions in the Stash Bee in May. Would that be alright?
Absolutely! Enjoy it!
Thanks for the great tutorial!
That is fabulous!! Thanks.
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I've been looking at this block for years. I think it's time I make it!
Thank you for the instructions for making this block.
We are making sampler type quilts for a teen cancer unit at our local hospital. Would it be ok to share this block and instructions with my quilting group, so that we could include one of these blocks in our quilts?
Is there a pattern for this with yardage needed for background and cutting list?