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MAKING BLOCK A 1 Arrange the assorted blue pieces and the accent squares in three rows as shown below. Sew one blue 2½" x 4½" rectangle, one blue 2½" x 8½" rectangle, and one accent 2½" square together for the bottom row. Repeat to make a total of five of block A. Your friend will love this cookie coaster—a mug rug that’s also big enough for a plate of cookies. Sew one blue 2½" x 8½" rectangle, one blue 2½"square and one blue 2½" x 4½" rectangle together to make the bottom row. Repeat to make a total of four of block B.
For my sunset place mats and coasters, I used a warm sand color along the bottom to represent the sunset reflecting off of the wet sand. You’ll be quilting as you create the place mats, so refer to “Quilt as You Go” on page 25 for helpful hints before proceeding. Once you have fused the two together, turn your piece over so that the fleece is right side up and the backing is right side down. 2 Select one strip of each color, for a total of three 3" x 18" strips and three 2" x 18" strips. Once you are sure of the color order and composition, keep the order the same for each of the place mats.
Challenge yourself and make an additional version of the color wheel using the printed fabrics in your stash. I only paint the difference between things. Contrast is what draws your attention to the features you want to be most noticed. High-tech industry offices were peppered with baroque-framed oil paintings or a Chinese lacquered cabinet instead of a credenza. And this is a philosophy I have taken with me, out of the boardroom and into my quilting-studio life. How do these other designers create contrast in their designs so that you are able to clearly see the various components of their quilts?