Crow's Beaks - Page 2

...and then add the last light gray unit. You will still have one partially un-sewn seam. To sew that...fold the block right sides together so that the un-sewn parts are aligned. Insert your machine needle at the 1/4" seam line point where you stopped sewing the first seam. Stitch, then backstitch one stitch to hold the beginning of the seam, and stitch out to the edge. Voila! One Crow's Beak block!

I can see this quite abstract block as a small wall hanging!

Happy Quilting Folks!

Marcia :o)

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Here's Karlene's!

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 Oct 1 2003 Marcia Hohn

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