Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Block of the Week – Block #49 – Windblown Square–Green County

Jen Buettner – Cre8tive Quilter

Wisconsin Quilt Blocks on Barns - Block of the Week

Block #49 – Windblown Square – Green County

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Your block will finish to 6”. This means that it will physically measure 6-1/2” X 6-1/2” before it is sewn to other blocks.
Cutting Instructions & Piecing Locations for 6” Paper Pieced Block:
(2) 4-1/4” Square – White, sub-cut clip_image006 into 4 pieces – A5, B5, C5, D4
(2) 2” X 2-3/4” Rectangle – Red - B2, D2
(2 3-1/2” Square – Red, sub-cut clip_image006[1] into 4 pieces – A1, A4, C1, C4
(2) 2” X 2-3/4” Rectangle – Black - A2, C2
(2) 3-1/2” Square – Black, sub-cut clip_image006[2] into 4 pieces – B3, B4, D1, D3
(2) 2-1/2” Squares – Grey, sub-cut clip_image006[3] into 4 pieces – A3, B1, C3, D5
Click HERE to print a clean Windblown Square instruction sheet.
Click HERE to print a Windblown Square foundation pattern.
**You will want to Download the file and then print the .pdf file.  When you print, make sure that scaling is turned off enabling the document to print at 100%  Take a moment to measure.  The solid line on the bottom edge of section A should measure 3".  If you print directly from the Google Docs screen you might come out with a slightly smaller sized block.**


Judy said...

Such a pretty block and was fun to make. Judy

Farm Quilter said...

Thanks to someone on I found your wonderful blog! You are on Block 49 but I'll start with Block 1 in February when I'm on my 7 month quilt retreat. I'll also be looking for the perfect block to make a barn quilt block for my barn! Fabulous idea - thanks so much for sharing with the rest of us!!!

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