In Monday’s post, I talked about my latest UFO and how I wasn’t sure what to do with the 4 patches. Should I make a small quilt or a couple of snap bags?
I was leaning towards a quilt and then Carol from Quilt Schmilt suggested that I put them on point. I’ve made several 4 patch quilts on point and I really like them. Thanks, Carol for the push in that direction!!! (Aren’t blogging friends just great?)
SEW, I decided to make a small quilt with alternating plain blocks. I used a Free Spirit solid called “Shell.”
I have the rows mostly pieced – without the setting triangles … I still need to figure out their size … Then I’ll join the rows together. I’m looking forward to quilting this quilt! I will do a whole bunch of different motifs in each block!
Sew is a Decision a Finish?
Well, it’s not a finish … but it’s on it’s way to being a finish. Much better than languishing waiting for a decision. I want to get those UFOs done Done DONE!!!
A blogging friend of mine, Gene Black, posted about 4 different thread sand what he found looking through a microscope. He talks about the twists and how it relates to lint. Visit his blog “Gene Black an Alabama Artist” to read all about it. I found it fascinating. Nothing super scientific – just observations!
One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!
- lMidweek Makers @ QuiltFabrication
- Wednesday Wait Loss @ Inquiring Quilter
- Happy Needle and Thread @ My Quilt Infatuation
- Muv / Free Motion Mavericks @ Lizzie Lenard Vintage Sewing
- Put your Foot Down @ For the Love of Geese
- Can I get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
- Finished or Not Friday @ Alycia Quilts
- Sherry @ Powered by Quilting
- Michelle @ From Bolt to Beauty
- Off the Wall Friday @ Creations – Quilts, Art, Whatever
- Peacock Party @ Wendy’s Quilts and More
- TGIFF @ Sew Joy Creations