It’s Great in More Limited Color Themes, Too!
This charming block is perfect for scraps and has so many design options. Its scrappy look is very appealing but also consider a more limited color palette.
Start with 1 1/2″ and 2 1/2″ squares. Make a few blocks and then play with layouts. Turn the blocks to create different effects.
We played a bit in Photoshop to create some examples. The first one, made with four blocks, would make a lovely wall or table mat (about 16 1/2″ square).
Or create an interesting stripe.
Here’s one idea for 16 blocks (about 32 1/2″ finished size). There are many other layout options as well.
The finished block, designed by Lori Holt from Bee in My Bonnet, is 8″ square.
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