This makes a 7" block, and is paper pieced!

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Fat Quarters are fine for this!

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The first thing that I would recommend that you do, is go to the Practice Paper Piecing Page.  When you feel comfy with paper piecing, come on back and try the White Cross Block! You will need to print out two copies of  the corner unit, one copy of the center strip, and one copy each of the side, top and bottom units, per block you want to make on very lightweight paper.

After you have paper pieced all the units needed, it's time to piece the block! First join the two corner units to the center strip, using 1/4" seams. Press the seams towards the corner units. Next add the two side strips, and lastly the top and bottom units...and you've done it!

Here's what your quilt might look like, with once again four blocks by five, half in a second color...a thin border, and binding in the primary quilt color.

Happy Quilting People!

Marcia :o)

Here's one that Sue made!

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July 30 2001 Marcia Hohn

Traditional Block

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