The sashing in this quilt is the same fabric in the border.  Each block has been set on point with setting triangles of a blue tone-on-tone fabric.



The sashing in this quilt is thicker than most sashings.


Blocks are separated by sashing in some quilts. The sashing is often cut from a solid color or tone-on-tone fabric so its pattern does not interfere with the design of the quilt blocks. There are no written rules concerning the width of sashing. The choice is up to the individual. Usually sashing is less than one fourth of the width of the block that it will be sewn to.

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