And since each month has Lots and Lots of Tutorials in them . . . Here is a list to jump right to the tutorial you need for this month 4:
So you have your Month 4 BOHO Heart Packet . . . Lets get started!!!
We'll start with our first block, and this month we are making a whole set of the . . .
And now we can move onto another set of familiar blocks, the . . .
And now we can move onto another familiar block with a slight variation, the . . .
And now we can move onto a new block made with a familiar unit, the . . .
Press the seam allowance upwards towards the Pink Triangles. And now you can repeat for the second side of the 2 Units. Place a remaining Marked Square on the other side of each of the 2 units with right sides together. Stitch a seam directly on the drawn line, trim 1/4" over the seam line, and then press towards the Pink Triangles.
Press the seam allowance towards the Pink Triangles. And you have 4 perfect Flying Geese Units measuring 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" and again, these are one of those things you need to be very careful with if you decide to square them up. Leave 1/4" seam allowance at the top point and ensure the two sides come to a point at the bottom. Layout your 2 Flying Geese Units as shown.
Place the top unit on to the bottom unit with right sides together. Align and stitch a 1/4" seam along the edge, and when stitching, be sure to center through the center of the thread X so you get a nice crisp point. Press the seam open.
And just like that, you have a Flying Geese Block that should measure 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" unfinished.
And now we are moving on to another fun block that's perfect for quilters, the . . .
From your Month #4, Small Sawtooth Star bag, cut the fabrics according to page 1 of the supplemental cutting list.
Press the seam allowance outwards towards the Blue Triangles. And now layout your remaining 3 rectangles as shown.
Place the top and bottom rectangles onto the center rectangle with right sides together, aligning the raw edges. Stich a 1/4" seam long both sides.
Place the left an right units onto the center unit with right sides together. Align and stitch a 1/4" seam along the edge, and when stitching, be sure to keep the angles seams aligned. You can use the pin trick to help with this :) Press the seams open.
And just like that, you have a Spool of Thread Block that should measure 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" unfinished.
And now we can move onto another familiar block with another size variation, the . . .
From your Month #4, Simple Framed Square bag, cut the fabrics according to page 2 of the supplemental cutting list.
And now we can move onto another new block that is a classic, the . . .
And that is it for BOHO Heart Block of the Month, Month 4 :)
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Hope you have so much fun making all of this months blocks and then sewing them all together:)
Looking forward to Next Month!!