As a kid we spent our August camping at a favorite spot in southern Oregon.
An outing we all looked forward to was a trip to the peach orchards. Oh those large, juicy peaches fresh off the tree were one of summer's delights.
So can you guess this month's dessert?
The star of our show is Peach Cobbler.
The corners in this block are done in the same way we did Block 1. ( I did a more complete tutorial there: https://www.tuning-my-heart.com/blog/just-desserts-block-1)
So just a few tips today:
Remember to sew with your needle just to the outside of the drawn line.
You can chain-piece these. I like to sew with my needle in the down position.
I place the next unit to be sewn right up next to the needle before beginning.
Check to make sure that the top triangle covers the corner of the square underneath.
Visit my blog post for Block One for a handy cheat if your square is showing a bit after sewing.
The rest of this block goes together easily with Quick Half-square Triangles.
Now for a little inspiration from my awesome pattern testers.
There seemed to be a bug theme going on this month.
I found another recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction. I am looking forward to my own taste Peach Cobber with a dollop of ice cream on top.
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