Thursday, October 24, 2013

10 blocks........

I have 10 blocks done out of 24 (or maybe 36).  This is not the final layout, just a way I could fit them on a single design wall.  I have "Fractured 2" still on the double wall and will be adding to it tomorrow night so I didn't want to take it down. 

I'm going to a sew-in today, pizza for lunch.

18 comments:

Empty Closet Quilting said...

Those skinny strips of color are delightful!

Sue McPeak said...

Each new layout is an inspiration. I'm having a great time watching your progress. Mmmmm Pizza sounds like a perfect SewIn Day lunch. Have fun!!!
Sue CollectInTexas Gal

Sewing Junkie said...

Gorgeous blocks. Sew-in day. Sounds good. Today is my errand day. Yuk! Chris

Gene Black said...

Looking great. I have a question, when you are doing these do you iron each side before you sew on the next one?

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love the blocks - such color! it will dazzle any room it ends up in.

Chris said...

Love the 3-dimensional quality of these blocks! And who doesn't love Kaffe fabrics?

Teresa Rawson said...

This just gets better and better!!!

In stitches,
Teresa :o)

Leslie Creech said...

I am loving this quilt. It reminds me of Freddy Moran just a bit. Enjoy your sew-in.

suemac said...

I wish I had a sew-in day in my future. I get so much done when I am sewing with friends.

Needled Mom said...

Very nice, Wanda.

Muddling Through said...

I like this so much! I'm sure (knowing you!) that you will improve it, but to me it's beautiful just as it is.

Lisa said...

Great blocks! I love how your are arranging and re-arranging them. Very versatile block.

Diana from SC said...

Got the black/white squares cut....ready to start stripping. Look forward to your blog daily.

JJM said...

Even though you just put them on your design wall for the photo ... it has been fun to see the different layouts you have designed with those blocks.

A 'sew-in' and pizza ... can't get much better than that.

JJM

Sheila said...

Wow. These look great!

Jean said...

Love these skinny log cabin blocks....very pretty and a nice way to use up those strips.

Sharon M said...

You are getting pretty wild with these great looking log cabin blocks! It's all about scraps. Love what you are doing these days.

Brown Family said...

I can see so many possibilities!