I am in the process of making all 200 quilt blocks from the book, "Around the Block with Judy Hopkins". This is one of my favorite quilt books. One of the reasons I like it so much is that each block comes in six different sizes. Judy also gives you recommendations on how to alter each pattern. Pattern number three is called White Hemstitch. This pattern is not difficult but a little move involved. You want to make sure you square up each section you sew together. This will help when you go to put the block together.
The first picture is the quilt square. Notice how you make the same center square when you put four blocks together. This is one of the reasons I am making the 200 quilts; so you can see what the blocks will look like when connected with each other. I am hoping to have a complete liabrary of quilts to get ideas from. Come back in a few days to see what's next!
I have been quilting for close to 30 years and after loosing my job twelve years ago, I am now able to do what I love, QUILT! I specialize in baby quilts and have designed the "Lovie Lap Quilt" with pockets.