Time to share our 3222 blocks for the BlockBase+ Sew Along! Here’s mine: My block finishes at 6″ and I used the foundation printout to make the block. BlockBase+ Sew Along Review Let’s take a few minutes to look at how much we’re learned and accomplished together through this sew along! BLOCK 1 We learned how to navigate around the BlockBase+ screen and how to print a rotary cutting chart with Block 1273. BLOCK 2 With Block 2898, we tried out the different display options and printed the templates. BLOCK 3 We used all the fantastic Search options and printed the foundation pattern for Block 1638. BLOCK 4 For Block 785.7, we used Zoom in the Block Toolbar and learned about the Block print option. BLOCK 5 We explored the export options and Help buttons with Block 1915b and reviewed how to use the SVG export with a digital cutter.
It’s time for Block 8 in the BlockBase+ Sew Along! We’ve made it to the last block post. Thanks to all who have sewed along with me the last few months! I hope you’ve enjoyed getting to know the new BlockBase+ software through this sew along. Don’t have the BlockBase+ software yet? Find the BlockBase+ software here > Here on the blog, click Categories > Sew Alongs > BlockBase+ Sew Along 2021 to find all the sew along posts. The features we go over in this lesson are included in the BlockBase+ update. This is a free update for BB+ owners to add some new features and fix a few bugs. If you have not updated to the newest version of BB+ yet, please visit the Updates page and follow the directions to download and install. Double-click the BlockBase+ icon to open the software (close the Getting Started window, if