|Block 9 Bullseye|
This week’s block will help you hit the mark and hone your quick corner triangles - it's the Bullseye block.
And from there it is a case of sew and repeat. Firstly you add four small quick corners.
Add another four quick corners slightly larger than the first .......
Then you frame the square one last time ....
|Bullseye Block - Steps 8 and 9|
Finally you add four background quick corners, bigger than the previous .......
|Completed Block 9 - Bullseye|
Simple, quick and very smart. So quick in fact, I had time to stitch three arrows from Block 17 'London Roads' to create a Three Arrow Sidebar. It goes perfectly with the Bullseye block.
|Straight shooting for a fun Bullseye Mug Rug|
Next week's block – Block 10 ‘Boxed In’ - is just as quick and easy as the Bullseye Block.
Note: the cutting measurements for piece F of Block 10 should read: F - Two 1¼” x 5 rectangles (fabric 3).