Texas Two-Step: Blocks Grouped in Sets of Four



We may never have the choices we would have if we were writing the script, but we always have choices.

Often when I visit a quilt guild a member will bring a quilt they have made using one of my books or started in one of my workshops.  Ann Rice brought this wonderful quilt to the Beaumont meeting.  I was delighted.  This is the first time I had seen the blocks made in identical sets of four.  Great flying geese border!!!

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Shown below are four identical Texas Two-Step blocks arranged as they are in the quilt above.

Texas Two Step Four Block

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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: Blocks Grouped in Sets of Four”

  1. When it comes to scrapes I have “mother overload” This block looks like a good way to use up some. Looks like the “T” from civil war era. Thanks for the quote.

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