On this extremely rainy day in NC I thought I’d share directions for a fun scrap block that I keep making and can’t stop making.
This is a stitch and flip method that I really love. I like to use a stabilizing fabric. Or in my case I use my “used” bounce dryer sheets. (A thin muslin would also work.) I trim sheet to 6 x 6.
I turn the bounce square on point. Then, using my long scrap strips I stitch from top point to bottom point. Note: Be careful stitching commercial fabrics. They have a right & wrong side. I use lots of batiks and this doesn’t matter.
Next, I flip and press.
I repeat until the entire bounce block is complete. Don’t worry if strips are not perfectly even in size. This makes the block more interesting.
When the block is full/complete flip over and trim with your rotary cutter.
Have fun and stay safe!