Card Trick - Block 7 of Your First Sampler Quilt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Dec-2018
Be Clever with Colour
Simple use of colour creates the lovely 3D effect of the cards.
More Rotary Cutting - No Templates
Moreover, this is a very traditional block that used to be made with templates. However, I have redesigned the block, so that it can be cut easily with the rotary cutter, using sizes that we have already used in the previous blocks.
Grain of the Fabric
Also, we talk again about the bias grain that is used in triangles and how we need to pay attention to this when sewing.
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