1st SAL.....Peg, Dale and I committed to stitching Anni Downs - A Gardener's Journal in March. I blogged about this on my blog thinking maybe one or 2 others may join us and lots of girls indicated an interest so I decided to start this blog where we can all encourage each other to meet the goals set along the way....March 2010 -March 2011...........
2nd SAL ......well so many of the girls wanted to continue on with another project and some new girls joined us and now approx 91 girls are stitching Natalie Bird's Tis the Season. March to Sept 2011...............
3rd SAL....many girls want to stick with the SAL so now we have moved onto Anni Downs Some Kind of Wonderful - My Favourite Things Quilt.......Oct 2011-Oct 2012.........
Where are we now.....
4th SAL 2013...is numerous smaller projects from the previous 2 books Tis the Season and Some Kind of Wonderful plus some projects from Red Home by Natalie Bird approx 60 ladies stitching together.........
2014 we had the year off..............
5th SAL 2015..........inspired to continue we are doing another quilt project.....Anni Downs newest quilt Natures Journey.....
Chookyblue........

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Part 7 Measurements

A few people have asked about the measurement of the block for Part 7 - August for us - as there is a conflict between the Part 7 instructions (last paragraph) and the Part 8 - step 7 says 30.5".

Just my opinion here...
For the length - the directions for part 7 do say 33.5 - but if you count how many squares go down the side - there are 20 - so if they are 1.5" finished that would make it 30.5" long.
The across measurement - following the same logic would be 27.5"
Hope this helps.


EDITED BY CHOOKY      Anni read this post and said what Susan has said is correct. WELL SAID SUSAN


E&OE
(that means if I am wrong I am sorry but "all care - no responsibility"!!!)

4 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

Well done Susan..........I just edited the post........

Krisell said...

Thank you! :)

Fiona said...

thanks...
Hugz

myung a Choi said...

Thank you Susan!