Sashing for Your First Sampler Quilt with Valerie Nesbitt
Block of the Month • Educational, G, 02-Jan-2019
All your blocks should now have been made whether they are 9 or 12 or 15.
The next step is to join your blocks together with sashing strips and corner stones. You’ll love this stage in the process, because all your blocks now look as though they belong together!
We will be working on the borders next time and then layering up and quilting.
NEXT: Borders for Your First Sampler Quilt.
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