Because I don’t have a stamp or pattern for the three-piece 6” hexagon block, I had to make a paper template using my 2” stamp set, then transfer it to a plastic template. This is the result
I also made a full solid template,
and templates for the side pieces.
The Crib Toile challenge with the Jo’s Stitchers’ Yahoo Group is coming along. I have all the inner 4.5” unfinished blocks and 2.5 x 4.5 unfinished flying geese blocks made and on the design board. My design board is located in a very tight corner behind a door so the picture looks a little off kilter, but you get the idea.
The inner border half square triangles are also ready. Now it’s time to start sewing the rows together. I made quilt more narrow than the pattern calls for because the wall space where I rotate the hanging of my numerous wall quilts is not wide enough for the 46” finished width called for. Therefore, mine will be oblong rather than square, measuring 38” X 46” approximately.
The Precision Trimmer 6 helped tremendously in squaring up each block, including the flying geese. I need all the help I can get.