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WINTER FROST - FROZEN

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CHEF'S NOTES:

Press and starch all fabrics prior to cutting. Use a scant 1/4" seam.

YIELD

12"  finished block

INGREDIENTS

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From fabric 1, cut:
{A} (4) 4½” squares
{B} (4) 2½” x 4½” rectangles
{C} (8) 2½” squares
{D} (4) 1½” squares

From fabric 2, cut:
{A} (1) 4½” squares
{B} (4) 2½” x 4½” rectangles
{C} (8) 2½” squares

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1. MAKE FLYING GEESE

Mark a diagonal line on the wrong side of each Fabric 1 and Fabric 2 2½” square. Align 1 square with the corner of (1) 2½” x 4½” rectangle. Sew on the drawn line. Trim ¼” away from the sewn line and press. Repeat on opposite side. Make 4 of each color set as shown.

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Join two flying geese units. Repeat to make 4. Press well.

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STEP 2. MAKE SNOWBALL CENTER

Use the Easy Corner Triangle method - draw a pencil line on the wrong side of each 1½” square. Align with corner of 4½” Fabric 1 square. Sew on the marked line. Trim ¼” away from the marked line and press. Repeat on each corner to make a snowball unit.

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STEP 3. ASSEMBLE BLOCK

Join block units as shown.

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Oda May

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Thursday 10-5
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Nolting Longarm Sales
Rep. Jeremy Hopper
(417) 592-0032



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