Just Takes 2™ Schoolhouse Quilt – Block 5

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It's April 1st - April Fools' Day but I'm not going to play any tricks on you. It's also a Just Takes 2 day, Midget Block Monday and just a general "catch up from the holiday" day around here. I'm checking things off my list as quickly as I can. We had a wonderful family day together yesterday celebrating Easter. I'm so lucky to have wonderful children I love spending time with. They're the best!

I can't believe I haven't posted anything new since I did the last block for Brenda two weeks ago. I guess I've been busier than I thought. Today's block is another classic pieced block you'll have no trouble putting together. Here it is already sewn in a schoolhouse.

Block 5

Block 5

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Here's a closer look at the Nancy Page block called Double T.

If you're on Spring break this week I hope you're having a wonderful vacation. I'm organizing and packing to head off to Shipshewana next Tuesday for the Dear Jane Retreat. I can't wait to see my retreat buddies, eat pie, go shopping and maybe take a stitch or two in something.

Just Takes 2™ Schoolhouse Quilt
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2 Responses to “Just Takes 2™ Schoolhouse Quilt – Block 5”

  1. Jacque April 1, 2013 at 3:34 pm #

    Gay. It looks like you’re using squares and triangles for the “sky” pieces on the left and right sides of the roof and chimneys instead of Templates A and D. I’m having such a time with those templates and would rather do it your way. Can you give us those measurements, please?!

  2. Gay April 1, 2013 at 5:09 pm #

    I’m happy to give you the measurements to try using squares and triangles for the “sky” pieces. I hope they work for you. The square isn’t exactly a square and the triangle isn’t exactly a triangle but here goes………………..

    Cut two 2 1/8″ x 2 3/8″ pieces.

    Cut a 2 3/8″ x 3 3/8″ rectangle and cut diagonally from corner to corner for the triangular shape pieces.

    Let us know how it works out.

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