This is a digital photo of the block I pieced to test my instructions. Notice that the seams should meet where each row is joined to the next one. The knots are secured in the seams and gives the block a great three dimensional look. My yellow prints look more like tan in this photo, but I assure you they are yellow in person. I'm still getting the hang of color correcting digital photos.

Sewing a 1/4" seams is extremely important when piecing blocks. Learn where the guideline for the 1/4" seam is on your sewing machine is. If there is none, make one with tape or stick-on foam. Some sewing machines have an adjustable needle position. Use this to help sew your 1/4" seam. Measure your units after you piece and press to make sure they are the right size.

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