Tomorrow (later today) I will be showing some ladies (14) at my local craft group
How to put together a cobblestone block.
Here I have put together a little tutorial on our class.
We will swapping the cobblestones later and making some table runners.
The colour theme we are using is black/white.
Sorry for the change in text, it is to late to try and fix it.
That is what you get for trying to take short cuts and import a word Doc!!!!
Thanks to Squid 1
for putting my swap bags together, Great job!
Using 2 fat quarters
Press both fat quarters flat.
Cut each fat quarter into 7 x 2½ in strips. Then cut each strip into 2 x 6½ in pieces and 3 x 2½ in pieces.
Once cut divide all material into 2 block types.
Block 1 2 x 2½ in Black on White
B/W 1 x 2½ in White on Black
2 x 6½ in Black on White
Block 2 2 x 2½ in White on Black
W/B 1 x 2½ in Black on White
2 x 6½ in White on Black
Repeat until there are 7 blocks in each colour combo. Any combo could be used.
1. Take 1 x 2½ in B/W square and sew a 1 x 2½ in W/B to the right side, with right sides facing together.
All seam allowance to be ¼ in.
Press seam outwards, away from the centre.
3. Sew 1 x 6½ in B/W piece to the right side of the last piece with right sides facing together
block rotated to show next step
4. Sew 1 x 6½ in B/W piece to the right side of the last piece with right sides facing together.
Press seam outwards.
Finished block size 6½ in 6½ in
Repeat steps 1 to 4 in opposite colours to make the contrasting cobblestone block.
Two fat quarters will make 7 blocks of each colour (B/W & W/B),
14 blocks in total.