Are you still hanging in there? Lots of sewing last week, I know. But this week is easy. Just sew those rows together.
That’s it! Lay out your rows so light and darks alternate. Then sew 10 long seams and you will be all done.
This is really a jumping off point for other ideas. What if you put all the four patches together in the center and the rectangles on the outside?
What about all rectangles?
You could insert a column of flying geese, or strips of solid fabric in between. So many ideas! This would also look great in two or three solid fabrics.
We will have a linky party on October 12 for those of you with blogs. No blog? No problem! Send me a photo of your top and I’ll share them for you here on the 12th.
Thanks for playing along. I can’t wait to see what you have done!
Wow, Yours is wonderful! I am on my way. Just 5 more seams!
Hi Katy! I’m looking forward to seeing everyone’s interpretation on the 12th. It’s always fun to see the same pattern in many different fabric choices and how it changes the look. ~smile~ Roseanne
I haven’t gotten last week’s instructions done quite yet. Maybe today. Anyway, I’ll get caught up!