This is a pretty straightforward strip-pieced block to sew that gives amazing results. The pattern works with any fabric colour choice, but Valerie selected blues and creams to give a more balanced look.
For a busy, scrap look all you need to do is select your fabric strips at random.
You can set blocks traditionally and separated them by sashing. Also, you can just sewn together to create one large quilt top. Or as Valerie did, you can set the blocks on point, which she separated with sashing, cornerstones and setting triangles, so perhaps a setting that requires a little bit more expertize.
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