Block 10 – Iowa

10 Splendid Sampler Pat Sloan Block multiV2 Techniques: Piecing Blocks by Designers (L to R, Top to Bottom):  Sherri McConnell,  Melanie Barrett, Lynn Harris, Charise Randell, Kerry Green, Melissa Corry,  Lissa Alexander, Gail Pan, Pam Vieira-McGinnis ****************************************************************************** Are you looking for the downloadable pattern? As from 19th February 2017, they are no longer available at this site.  For your convenience, we have placed them all in one comprehensive book which will be available  April 2017. 

  • 100 eye-catching designs from over 80 designers that use a wide range of techniques, including traditional patchwork, applique, foundation paper piecing, and embroidery
  • A number of the 6-inch blocks are shown in two colorways for twice the creativity
  • Be inspired by gallery quilts featuring carefully selected placement options for your Splendid Sampler blocks
  • Bonus blocks projects are not included in the book and can be found here.

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Sherri Lambert McConnell tells us –  “Just keep sewing.” Sherri shares tips on how to make the Iowa block on her blog.


To keep those tiny pieces in check when making the Splendid blocks try Best Press. A flake free starch with a built-in stain shield. Buy Best Press here. Visit our Techniques page for tutorials on piecing. This project is

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