I began a braided quilt earlier this year. I had two rows done, then packed it away for a while. In the last month or so I pulled it out again and added a third row.
I decided this past week it was time to sew all the rest of the blocks together and be done with all the 3 inch strips laying on the floor of my studio.
Well I got a sudden rush of finish it up the last couples days and cut the blocks out ready to go.
I devised this system with my home made template to cut these blocks into their 7.5 by 14 inch sizes.
Using a Frixion pens that disappears with heat I can cut them out easily with my rotary cutter.
And the last three rows were cut out and ready to add to the original first three rows of the quilt top.
And the top is done. It is pretty large 63 by 84.
I had to fold it in half just to hold it up for a photo. So it is off to the quilter and get it bound in time for our cooler weather.