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I pressed/iron all the four patches. The photo shows you how I cut it. I placed the pens in the corners to show you where I lined up the four patch to cut an 8 inch block.
Just make sure all four corners are on the block and a somewhat even amount from each corner of the original square - about an inch and half in from the corner. But this does not need to be exact, because we are not going to match up any seams. Rotary cut these two sides.
Flip around. Line up to cut the 8 inch block.
Rotary cut the other two sides.
I placed the cut offs along each side so you can see how it was cut. This creates a Twisted Charm Block.
Then I started to lay them out to form all sorts of patterns. First I tried a pattern with all the prints in the bottom right corners. I mixed the blocks around to scatter the colors too.
Then I switched the prints to the top left corners and mixed up some of the colors.
I tried grouping some of the colors, but I didn't like this pattern.