Kati from Kati's Quilting and Sewing for your help in figuring out the dimensions! Be sure to heck out her Dresden Plate quilt.
As usual Pippi decided to help me with my quilting,
so I made her pose with a block. I had to hold her paws because she tried to take it off.
how to make the wedges here. Today I will show you how to sew the wedges together.
The first thing you should do is lay your wedges out in the order you want them because they
First you need to put two wedges together, right sides facing. Line them up from the top corners because the bottoms will be covered by your circles. (BTW, I am thinking of making yo yo's for the middle, what do you think?)
Can you see where my needle is? I put it right below the line of my tip. Then you sew backwards, but do not go off the fabric. My needle got stuck when I sewed forward. This secures the edges. I know we don't normally back stitch on quilt blocks, but several sources said to do this.
I did chain stitch in a way to save thread, I put a piece of cloth behind each wedge, cut the wedge off and added another wedge behind the fabric so that I would not have to keep snipping the thread.
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