|Byblos Collection by Blank Quilting|
|Strips cut from the Byblos Collection|
Don't confuse this with the 60 degree Spiderweb ruler. The kaleidoscope is a 45" ruler, and is based on the radiating lines coming out from the center of a circle. Go look it up in your quilt reference books.
|Cutting 6-1/2" high wedges using my ruler|
|Cutting the alternating kaleidoscope wedges from the blue and white fabric|
|8 kaleidoscope wedges arranged before sewing|
|Patches added; first the corner triangle, then the companion blue/white wedge|
|Press seam toward the plain (unpieced) wedge; make 4|
|Two of the pairs sewn together.|
|View from wrong side before sewing last seam.|
|12" block using white in place of the blue print|
|Two 12" blocks side by side|
|Kaleidoscope Quilt - 10" blocks|
|9 blocks with 3 separate colorings create curved movement|
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