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PATTERN DETAILS. Confused at all the different ways to cut up a quilt block to make it 'disappear'? This printable card is perfect to keep around your sewing space for quick reference. Quilt block cutting instructions included for the 4 patch, 9 patch, 16 patch and the pinwheel quilt blocks. There are 9 cards/charts per page.

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Dive in with 5-inch pre-cut squares and the disappearing nine-patch quilt block as Angela guides you through cutting, sub-cutting and piecing your way to stunning. you've learned to transform 10-inch pre-cut squares into striking pinwheel and hourglass blocks, then make the switch to eye-catching pre-cut strip designs.

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Jun 12, 2017. If you've run out of ideas with what to you with your charms squares here is a four -patch on point quilt block using your 5” squares.

Feb 25, 2016. Use your pre-cut scraps to make a fancy disappearing four-patch block to use for a quick quilt project. Plus, learn to calculate the right size. On Craftsy!

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