While my workshop and posted blogs on this block cover hand piecing, I do carry the papers to make the block English Paper Piecing style.
You can find all the blog links here on the Lady of the Lake block.
And all the supplies here in my webstore for making the block. Just type in Lady of the Lake in the search box to see all available.
I always want to provide a simple 3-4 block pattern for everyone using the blocks I introduce in a table runner so if you choose not to commit to a full quilt there is a home for them. This is my vow to help not contribute to the UFOs in your life.
I have been working on this pattern for a few months now. Life has certainly gotten busy and I apologize for the delay in getting this pattern done and up on the website since I started showing it on facebook back in September I think it was.
But it is here now!
The borders are completed via foundation piecing and you will find the two patterns (mirror images) on the final page of the PDF.
The most important word of advice I can give is to piece all the A units at one time and then the B units so that you don’t inadvertently confuse the two when using second fabric in the B5 section. See my notes on fabric usage on page two of the pattern.
So I hope to see some Facebook posts of Lady of the Lake Table Runners soon! Don’t forget to “like” my new Facebook page “Piece and Hexiness with MDQuilts”. This is an open group page so you can easily share all your quilting projects and questions to each other. Every project is welcome! Think of it as a quilt guild meeting online!
Enjoy your day,
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