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Square set on point have featured in patchwork for centuries in both the USA and the UK. Whole quilts can be made in this design, or just a block as we are doing here.
This block is composed of triangles and one central square set on the diagonal.
A block known as Hunterís Star, made from half-square triangles and squares. The corner chevrons, or arrow flights, form an eye-catching central eight-pointed star.
A classic block known as Arkansas Traveller or Spools, made from squares, rectangles and half square triangles.
The Windblown Square, Whirlpool or Windblown Star, can be traced back to the 1880s.
A classic block known as Dutchmanís Puzzle or Windmill Block, made from four pairs of flying geese.
This block is composed of triangles creating a pinwheel star visually merging into a cross. It can be made entirely of thirty-two equal-sized triangles.
We are launching our brand-new Block of the MonthÖ but this time with a difference!
I couldn't find a block I liked much for our February challenge, so I made a new one
A Christmas Wreath made from half and quarter square triangles
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