This makes a 12" block!

...Another block done traditionally in two colors, but be brave! Do it your way!! 

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** Preparing the Pieces and Sewing the Block **  

Stack your fabrics as shown, and using a rotary cutter, cut the fat strips into two 4-7/8"squares...and the thin strips into ten 2-7/8" squares.

dtcutsquares2.gif (1500 bytes)  Next, stack the resultant squares by size, and cut, again using the rotary cutter, on the diagonal., being careful not to stretch fabrics. You may need to cut a few stacks of the smaller squares rather then trying to cut them all at once.

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Sewing with a scant 1/4 " seam...sew the large triangles together, again being careful not to stretch the fabric. Do the same with all of the smaller triangles. Press seams towards darker fabrics. Trim the smaller to 2-1/2" and the larger to 4-1/2" if needed...
       

Simple as Pie!...take the sewn together triangles, and using scant 1/4" seams, put them together in this order! Again, press seams towards darker fabrics, and when piecing rows, alternate the direction of the pressing. Hey! Good Job! You've now made a "Double T" Block!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!...and as ever ... Happy Quilting!!...Marcia :o)

Here's Karen's!  Deb's!  Marcia's!  Stacy's!  Mary's!  Gwen's!

Now on to Page 2!

ŠNov1998 Marcia Hohn

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Traditional Block...and another mh paper :o)