I was anxious to see how my grey and gold blocks would look once sewn together, so I have made up a set of two of the gold and two grey fabrics, there are 5 gray and 5 gold fabrics in all, the fabric on the very bottom is backing and I decided not to use the pin dot on the very top of the stack.
Below is the black gingko fabric for grandson's quilt, it has been in my stash a few years awaiting a special purpose. I had purchased everything on the bolt when it was on sale at 35th.Ave Sew 'N Vac and I am using the white on white gingko version in my own new quilt as you can see above.
The photo does not do it justice, it is a gorgeous fabric.
Rather than use a plain white which seemed a bit boring, I chose the fabric below which I think has just enough design without being too fussy.
The quilt is to be the same design as this one I made in gray and white a few years ago, also for a wedding gift, and it should go together fast.
One of the quickest ways to get all the HST's made for the chevron is to employ the "four at a time method", however there is also an "eight at a time" method but I find that accuracy suffers when you get that ambitious!
Choose a square of each color [mine will be somewhere between 10" and12" I have yet decided how large I want the HST's] and place right sides together.
Sew around the outside edges.......
slice diagonally twice.......
press open and trim off those pesky corner bits............
and voila, c'est magnifique, there is your chevron! Too easy, right?this one, in my case I am wanting a larger HST hence the larger square.
The rest of the fabric I need for the chevron quilt should be delivered around mid week and until then I can work on my own quilt!
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