Friday, February 28, 2014

Loyal Union Sampler Block B-9 Combination Star

Combination Star is pieced per the directions on page 27 OR Paper Pieced OR Pieced using the “connector method” – both options featured in the Supplemental Packet offered at Patched Works.

B-9 Combination Star

B-9 Julie Q Julie Q – Scrumptious by MODA

Julie Q says: I'm still pressing as many seams open as I can. I find it really cuts down on bulk and helps the finished block lie flat.  When I cut my white and red blocks I cut them a little bigger and then trimmed them down to a perfect 2 1/2".  I fussy cut the four corner blocks and the center block.  It helps if you use foundation paper you can see through when placing your fussy cut pieces.

B-9 Lisa Lisa – Lario by MODA

Lisa says: I used a stripe for the quarter square triangles so I had to make sure the stripes were all going in the same direction-I made my quarter square triangles a little  larger than the book had them cut and then I used the June Tailor Half Square and Quarter Square Triangle Ruler to cut them to size, making them easier to piece into the block.


B-9 BerylM Julie: Elm Creek Quilts; The Giving Quilt This block was put together by PW Customer Beryl M.

Beryl says:  1-3/4” Squares for paper piecing makes Combination Star easy.




Additional blocks made by Shirley A. & Lisa K.

B-9 PW

 B-9 PW2

B-9 PW3

B-9 Lisa K

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