Tuesday, September 30, 2014

quarterly block sharing

Phew, it's been a whirlwind month of weddings.  We've been traveling near, far and in between and I must say that after hosting two for our daughters, it is a pleasure (and an honour) to be a guest!  Congratulations to Chris & Abby, Julie & Jonathon, and Mark & Lisa!

Now for some sewing fun - here are a few of the blocks I've been working this quarter:


This is Hazel Hedgehog by Elizabeth Hartman.  I used scraps of Peppered Cottons (my favorite fabric) for this trial block.  I am in love!!!

This is from a class I took in July with Andie Johnson.  I like where it's going I just haven't had time to make more blocks...yet.

Here are the next three blocks for the Aurifil Block of the Month quilt.  Honestly, I'm getting tired of these fabrics and wish I'd chosen a different color scheme.  But now that I've won the thread I'm feeling obligated to finish.

 I think this one for September has more seams than are in some quilts! 

Finally, a few blocks in honor of our amazing sons-in-law:


These are from the Touchdown pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew

I used this free tutorial by MolliSparkles for this proportionally accurate Union Jack.  

The footballs and Union Jack are too cute to not use somewhere, I'll keep you posted!

4 comments:

  1. Pretty! Your Hazel Hedgehog is so cute!

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    1. Thanks Vera. It's my favorite...so far!

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  2. That's funny, when I saw the lavendar, mint and brown fabrics, I thought they looked very fresh. But you are not feeling the love with the colors...... Hmm, usually I abandon the project. I think you should push on with this project! Good luck!

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    1. Thanks for the nudge, Anne. I will press on and see this through to the end. (But I do wish I had started with more fabric options!)

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