Purple Delight Quilt Along – Rainbow Border Block Part 2 (Finishing Block B)

Instructions for Part 1

Part 2: Finishing Block B

  • #purpledelightno3quiltstudioqal2018 block B.
  • To make the borders you will use templates for block B available on no3quiltstudio group on facebook.

Preparation

Image 2: Template B
  • Finished block B size:  10 x 10 inches.
  • Template B –  is shown in image 2.
  • For working on Part 2 you will require to print block B template A, C once.
  • Keep templates separate in a zip lock bag so they don’t get mixed up.

Cutting

Table 1

Block Template/Patch Fabric Patch Count Total Patch Count
B A From background fabric Cut 1 Cut 32
C From background fabric Cut 1 Cut 32
  • Cut out template A and C as shown below.
  • Please note that once the template has been cut out on the fabric I refer to it as a patch.

Assembly

The instructions below are to complete block B of the Purple Delight Log Cabin Quilt.

  • Step 1 – Start by sewing the inner curve of block B.  Fold patch C in half to to find the centre point of the rainbow curve and snip.  Then fold the curved strip in half and find the centre point of the inner curve and snip.  Pin the two points together.
  • Step 2 – As show in step 2, continue pinning patch C onto the inner curve of the rainbow.
  • Step 3 – Start sewing along the seam line by turning on rainbow curve side.
  • Step 4/5 – Once you have sewn all around the curve, flatten and press as shown in step 4 and 5.
  • Step 6 – Similarly, join patch A to the outer of the rainbow curve by following steps 1-3.
  • This brings you to the completion of block B.

Finishing the block

 

  • Repeat this process till you have all the required number of blocks B.
  • You should have 32 completed blocks B to complete your border.

As you progress, post your completed block B on no3quiltstudio group.

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