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Use the Tucker Trimmer 1 tool to quickly and easily trim all pieced squares to precise measurements with seams going directly into the corners of each unit: in other words: perfect points every time! The border units are assembled at the same time as the blocks thus streamlining overall construction time.
Country Fair is a scrap version of a traditional Carpenter’s Wheel block. This project is constructed with Flying Geese units, Diamond Square units and Four Patch units instead of the usual diamond shapes. Using Deb’s Wing Clipper I and Square Squared tools will give you perfectly shaped and sized units every time. This means you’ll have crisp seams and great points and a border that actually fits the center part of the quilt! A super scrap project that looks so much harder to make than it actually is to construct.
Looking for something a little unusual? Try Arabesque! The pattern combines a very simple block with four patches in the corners to create curvy chains that snake between the staggered blocks. Nothing’s set on point, although it looks like it might be, so no setting triangles to struggle with either. Have fun watching the design come to life as you lay out the blocks and stitch together this unique quilt.