Block 1 Candy, HSTs made using 2 triangles back to back with a diagonal line and stitched either side of line then cut on the line this is the method I am used to though I do have an easy angle and companion angle template must try using them one day
Block 2 Ninja, this was made with 2 7" squares right sides together, sewn with a 1/4" seam all round the outside then cut on the diagonals giving 4 HSTs was not keen on this method as you have bias edges and they did stretch a bit, do not think I will use this method again but it was good to try it and learn alternative ways of doing things.
Block 3 the lantern, again another way to make these using 2 10" squares right sides together, lines drawn on the diagonals and 1/4" seam stitched on all the sides of the drawn lines now draw central horizontal and vertical lines on the square. Cut cut on the drawn diagonal lines between the stitching and then on the vertical and horizontal lines and you have 8 HSTs. I found this worked very well and was quick to do if using just 2 fabrics. Wondering what technique Alyce will be sharing I think the next block is due soon There is a link to this BOM on the right hand side of my blog
These are rather cute little hares, I found this pattern on seriously crazy for crafts site, they only took a few minutes to make, the tricky part was getting the stuffing into the ears .http://seriouslycrazy4craft.blogspot.co.uk/ This is the site that had the owl pin cushions that I shared a few weeks ago, have worked out how to add a link now.!
Just remembered I have the latest mini to share from Jacquelyn Ahoy. In the central blocks there should be appliqued anchors hence the name. The background fabric is mint green with spots but it does not photo well, the 4 plain panels will have embroidery in but not adding this till all the quilt pattern have been released then will decide how to embroider them all. Thinking I will use a tan thread, maybe red work but tan instead but could change my mind , it has been known. Like most of my quilts it is only in the flimsy stage