Here We Go! Clue #2

Scrap-In-A-Box  –  Clue #2

If using 2 7/8″ background squares, cut them in half on the diagonal OR if using the Easy Angle Tool, use the background HST’s cut from 2 1/2″ strips.  Sew one triangle to each side of the 2 1/2″ colored side of the unit made in clue #1.  (Unit will appear similar to the unit in clue #1)   Trim off the dog ears.  Complete 82.

 

Part 1 of Clue #2 Scrap-In-A-Box Mystery

Part 1 of Clue #2
Scrap-In-A-Box Mystery

If using the 4 7/8″ colored squares, cut them in half on the diagonal OR if using the Easy Angle Tool make the HST’s from 4 1/2″ strips.  Sew the colored HST to the unit in Clue #2 to make a 4 1/2″ square.  Square up if necessary.  Trim off dog ears and press to the colored side.  Complete 82.  No need to match…..make them random but pleasing……Actually they don’t have to be that pleasing!!!  Ha!    Remember: Diversity is your friend.  So mix up those colors and patterns!

Second part of Clue #2 Scrap-In-A-Box Mystery

Second part of Clue #2
Scrap-In-A-Box Mystery

4 Comments
  • Amy Laura
    February 16, 2015

    I finished Clue 2 this morning! Should I have four units left from step one, or did I count wrong to begin with?

    Having fun…thanks!

    • Charlotte Hawkes
      February 17, 2015

      Hi Amy, You should have 82 units. None should be left over from clue #1. You are building on the first unit. Glad you are having fun!
      Charlotte

  • Charlotte
    March 9, 2015

    Just about finished all my units from this clue and looking forward to the next one. Thanks for putting all the work in to bring this to us!

    • Charlotte Hawkes
      March 10, 2015

      From one Charlotte to another! Thank you for doing the mystery! Blew me away when I saw you’re from New Zealand! Don’t you just love the internet! I’m having such fun doing this and it’s nice to see it all come together. Thanks for posting.
      Happy Quilting!
      Charlotte

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