Well I decided that it would be easier to film my posts so apologies for my awful voice in advance, oh and the sniffing! I have also done a post on cutting fabric (another video, sorry!) which you might want to watch first as I don't cover cutting here.
Our blocks will all be 12.5" when we complete them (making them 12" when sewn together). I decided to make them smaller as 1. the fabric is easier to handle, 2. you'll likely have more scraps around this size and 3. the Queen Bee can then easily add more blocks if she wants to to make her quilt bigger. Perfect!
So for this lovely Rail Fence block you will need:
Fabric A: 4.5" x 12.5"
Fabric B: 4.5" x 12.5"
Fabric C: 4.5" x 12.5"
The colours which Sue has chosen are:
If you want, you can also do two strips of the same fabric sandwiching the different one in the middle.
Sew them together as in the video (this takes you over to YouTube!).
Ha! Super simple right?
I have put some ideas up on a Pinterest board HERE so that you can see not just ideas for blocks, but also how you can make quilts up using just that one block.
I am making one extra block each month so that I get a mini-quilt of all 8 at the end of our Bee to hang on my wall :)