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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

108 blocks.......

Pictured here are 1/2 of the 108 blocks.  There are 2 blocks of each combination so I figured putting one of each up on the design wall would help me figure out the combinations for the last group.  If I didn't repeat any fabrics there are 108 different fabrics in the blocks.  I think I may have repeated 2 of the light fabrics though.
I finished one more dishcloth last night.  This one had too much counting in it so I won't be using this pattern again.
 

13 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

To much counting sounds familiar to me. Cable sweaters I love the look of , oh but the counting. Rain Rain go away today. We will never dry out at this rate. Chris

Gene Black said...

Ah maybe that is why I never learned to knit..all that counting.

Susan said...

The quilt is going to be great and nice job on the dishcloth too!

Karen H said...

Nice quilt - I love blue, but never seem to have very much of it in my stash! And the dishcloth is really pretty.

Needled Mom said...

Those colors are just gorgeous in the blocks!!

Look how cute that little heart is. Lovely.

JJM said...

108 blocks ! ! ! ! I know you have made that many before but this is one huge project. Does that mean 1,728 small squares you have stitched together to make this awesome blue quilt top ? I had to turn on my calculator (*._,*)

LOVE hearts and it is so special on the dish cloth and who you are making it for. I do agree with you on too much counting.

JJM

Denise Russell said...

wow! That quilt is looking great! And I love the heart on your dishcloth - I am not sure I would have the courage to use it as dishcloth, though, it is so beautiful!

suemac said...

Love the heart in your dishcloth. Love all the blues. It is looking good.

Sheila said...

Your blue 16 patch blocks are beautiful! I've enjoyed watching you make and post them.
The hear dishcloth is so sweet. Sounds difficult. I working on easy ones this year. Maybe I'll try a heart next year.

Muddling Through said...

Beautiful is not a word I usually associate with dishcloths, but this one certainly is! And those many, many blue squares are just hypnotic.

Brown Family said...

THe blues are coming together nicely!

Nan

Sharon M said...

I just learned to do the dishcloths. i love them. Instant gratification! I just do the simple ones. Not too much counting.

Lynn Dykstra said...

I love the 16 patches--lovely shading in those blocks.
I make a ton of dishcloths--always have one going. BUT, I stick to the basic pattern so I can knit while talking.