If you have made all of the blocks we have written about, you have 95 as needed for the layout in the book. But if you have skipped a few or are making a bigger quilt or using a different layout, or want to replace a block, I think you will enjoy Card Trick.
Fern is not easily converted to templates. If you want to make Fern you can true-up units after piecing or paper piecing with your From Marti Michell templates. The center square should be the exact size of template C-15 and the corner units should match template A-2 triangles. When pieced, 34D and 34F should match our template A-6.
The 8-1/2 inch Block Mystery QuiltIn case you missed Post 89 (February 13, 2017) Sonnie (Block #92), Sonnie was the 12th block we converted to 8-1/2 inches for you. Post #89 also includes the unveiling of the mystery quilt wallhanging.
My Card Trick BlockYou may recall that I mentioned my book "Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt" in Post #80 (Widow, Block 99). On page 74 in that book, we introduced a strip technique for the popular overlapping coloration of the block that Jeff Gutcheon named Card Trick in 1973.
Add this block to your quilt and let people guess which block could not be included in an actual 1930s sampler quilt!
Click on the image for a larger view. Click the link below to download the PDF for cutting and making Card Trick with Set B: