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Monday, October 13, 2014

Drunkard's Path progress...........

This African fabric required fussy cutting.  The remaining fabric can only be considered scraps.





First I sewed some of the 7" blocks.  I won't sew anything together into big blocks at this point.  That will come after playing at the design wall.









I sewed 4 of the 3.5" blocks too.  It has been about 3 years since I made Drunkard's Path blocks so I needed some practice with the curves.  

I will be linking up with Vicki's "Cross the Drunkard's Path quiltalong"......link button on my right sidebar so you can see what everyone else is making.

11 comments:

B Hunter said...

I think we're all waiting for the design wall.... as usual!!! I will be sharing/teaching the curved piecing in January. Plan to play with some curved blocks in December.

hetty said...

Can't wait to see the design wall. Those African fabrics are gorgeous. I've always loved them, but don't have many.

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

great work on the fussy cutting

Mary said...

I love the way the fussy cutting turned out!

Gene Black said...

I have the Drunkard's Path 3 1/2" die to cut these but I have never felt like they looked great when I sew them.

Quiltdivajulie said...

LOVE the fussy cutting . . . and the left behind scraps still offer some interesting possibilities.

FUN watching you work!!

Needled Mom said...

I love how you did the fussy cutting on those deer.

P. said...

Love the fussy cut prints! That is going to be a striking quilt.

patty a. said...

That antelope fabric will add some whimsy to your quilt!

Nann said...

The antelopes are a wonderful touch. I ought/need/must try a Drunkard's Path project.

Linda said...

Lookin' good!