Just Takes 2™ Schoolhouse Quilt – Block 20

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I'm busy trying to pack for the Dear Jane Retreat in Shipshewana next week. Brenda is flying into Grand Rapids tomorrow and we're heading down early. Remember.......we're making that special trip to the museum to take pictures of next year's Just Takes 2 quilt. You're going to love, love, love it! I'll be reporting from Shipshe about all the happenings around town and sharing all the great finds during my shopping trips. I'll be we can even come up with a few more hints on next year's quilt!

jt2 block 20

Block 20


Today we're doing the last block in the quilt! Have you kept up with making your blocks? We'd love to hear from you and see pictures of your blocks!

jt2 block 20 This block is really quick and easy to piece. You'll have it together in no time at all. In a couple of weeks (Dec. 1) I'll have the instructions for the border and finishing. You'll have an entire month to get ready and plan for the 2014 quilt!

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3 Responses to “Just Takes 2™ Schoolhouse Quilt – Block 20”

  1. Valinda Kwasny November 17, 2013 at 8:43 am #

    Finishing up my last block. Would like to post the pics but don’t know where to post them, any ideas?

  2. Paula November 27, 2013 at 4:17 am #

    Hi Gay and thanks a lot for this BOM. I just did my last block, but it looks a bit strange. It ended up 6 1/2″ OK but with a half an inch seam allowance all around the block.
    Yours looks so good, is your middle square 2″? I must have misread something 🙂

    Paula

  3. Gay December 2, 2013 at 11:38 am #

    The finished size of my center square is 2 1/8″ but I think Brenda may have written her instructions to make the math a little easier and had you trim the block in the end making it “float” within the square. I made my block a bit differently and dealt with all the 1/8″ measurements. If you’d like to do that, you’ll need to trim the center quarter square triangle unit to measure 2 5/8″ for a 2 1/8″ finished size square. The half square triangles need to be trimmed to measure 2 5/8″ also (2 1/8″ finished size).
    You can use the other measurements in the pattern and trim the excess and you’ll end up with a 6″ block – trim to 6 1/2″ but it will no longer float within a square but look like mine.

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