This is another of those "Method" instructionals, as opposed to a real "Block pattern"

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** Preparing the Pieces and Sewing the "Block" ** 


Using the template provided cut about a million apple core shapes from a wide variety of scraps/fabrics. Each core will need an approx 6" x 7-1/2" piece of fabric...


Mark each one on the wrong side as shown at left, on the seam line, 1/4" from the end of each seam...

Now start sewing together rows as wide as you will be wanting your quilt. To do this, place the concave curve of one core atop the convex curve of another. Pin as needed. Stitch in the seam line between markings. Continue in this manner all the way across your rows, making as many rows as needed to get the length you need your quilt...

Once the rows are them together as shown at left...

Here's Teresa J's!  Linda's !  Another Linda's!

...and your quilt will look something like this...only larger, I assume :o)

Happy Quilting All!

Marcia :o)

March 2003 Marcia Hohn

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