Susan's spectacular inking on Block #11 fills the center spot in
the square in a square in a square.
Ever Widening Circle by Becky Brown
There are other ways to do that. Becky broke the center square into
four fussy-cut triangles.
Marsha B did traditional inking.
Mark used an eye-catching print.
The pattern gives you a square in the center
Big Lake Quilter
Don't forget that good design gives the eye a resting place too.
But Erica wanted to use more fabric so here's one
more ever-widening version. The square on the center is on point.
Here's Martha C's.
Denniele's blue version
The pink version
Denniele added another go-round and hers has five ever-widening squares
positioning the center on the square.
That's the look that Carrie wanted so Denniele posted her pattern measurements on our FaceBook page.
The center black square is cut 3 1/2".
The light pink square is 4 1/4"..cut twice diagonally.
The next black square is 3 7/8" ...cut once diagonally.
The dark pink square is cut at 7 1/4"...cut twice diagonally.
The last black square is cut at 6 7/8
Below is a group quilt stitched by the Sewhatevers at Sarah's Fabrics. Just to confuse you
the blocks are set on point. It's the same pattern as the official #11.
Everybody sewed, but color, fabric and placement were
overseen by Carol Gilham Jones & Sarah Fayman.
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