I have my blocks made. I am setting them on point. I am working on adding the sashing and sashing squares and am trying to figure out what size to cut.
I pulled out my "Quilter's Complete Guide" by Fons and Porter for their instructions but am still a little confused about this. Your expertise will help immensely. My propeller block is about 6 1/4" square. I'm thinking about cutting the sashing: 2 1/2" wide by 6 3/4" long. Is that correct?
For the sashing squares, I'm thinking the cut would be: 2 1/2" squares. Is this correct?
I know I still need to figure the setting triangles and corner triangles. I'm just focusing on the measurements for the sashing and sashing squares right now.
Thanks for your help on this.
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You need to cut your sashing strips the same length as the side of your block. So if your block is 6-1/4", then your strip needs to be 2-1/2" x 6-1/4". You are correct in that your cornerstones would be 2-1/2" square.
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