Our Globetrotting journey starts in my home town, Washington DC! I lives just outside our wonderful capital in the Virginia suburbs. I feel so lucky to be able to take part in great museums, festivals and explore the history of our country!
The center block is our largest block and sets the stage for our trip around the world!
Scroll down to watch my video about the block!
Inspiration from Our Nation's Capital
I wanted to create a block inspired by history. I found this old map of DC and used it as my inspiration. Visit my blog to learn more about the creation of my first block in Globetrotting. Here is the map:
Pat's Video for Block One
More from Pat on Block One
I highly recommend that with dark/light quilts you prewash your fabric. I don't want any tears later when you wash that quilt and it runs blue onto white ..eep! The step of prewashing can be done quickly and then you are ready to rock and roll.
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Download Block One Materials List and Pattern!
Pat's suggestions on fabrics are in the first download below. Here is Pat's pattern for Block One: Washington DC:
to download the PDF of Pat's materials list for Block One: Washington DC. NOTE: If the document doesn't display properly for you, there may be a problem with your browser's PDF viewer. From the viewer window , there is a download button that will let you save the PDF to your computer, where you will be able to view and print it just fine.
to download the PDF of the pattern for Block One: Washington DC.