Block Assembly System

Love of Quilting - July/August 2004
To keep blocks in order when joining them for a quilt top, use colored stickers to label the blocks in each row a different color. For example, use red stickers and label the blocks in the first row 1–5. Using blue stickers, label the blocks in the second row 6–10. Use green to label the third row blocks 11–15. Continue in this manner until all blocks are numbered. If you don’t have time to sew all the blocks together, the project can be put away. The blocks will be clearly marked when you are ready to finish. This also works well for group charity projects where more than one person is working on a quilt.
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