Texas Two-Step Quilts of Valor


Every good thought you think is contributing its share to the ultimate result of your life”  Grenville Kleiser

Ramona Johnson started this quilt in a class I was teaching on a cruise for Stitchin’ Heaven.   She brought a wide variety of reds and blues along with a white background fabric.  I had never tried to make a three color Texas Two-Step.  Ramona figured out how to arrange the units in the blocks so she would get red and blue pinwheels where the blocks meet.  I am delighted when I learn things from my students.

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All of the blocks have the red and blue fabrics in the positions shown below.

Texas Two-Step Red & Blue

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Lynn Roddy Brown

I am a sixth generation Texan that has always loved to sew. I took my first sewing lessons at the age of eight at the local Singer sewing-machine shop. I live in Houston, Texas with my husband an economics professor at Rice University. We have three grown children and two cherished grandchildren. I have been making scrap quilts for 25 years. Martingale published my three books: Simple Strategies for Scrap Quilts, Simple Strategies for Block-Swap Quilts and Patchwork-Play Quilts.

One thought on “Texas Two-Step Quilts of Valor”

  1. Thank You, again, Lynn, for a wonderful class!!! Hope to have another opportunity in the near future to take another one.

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