tirsdag 29. september 2020

Sewcialites quilt-along

Last Friday was the first day of a new quilt-along from Fat Quarter Shop. Block 1 is from Lissa Alexander, and you'll find it here. What tempted me was that you can make the blocks in three different sizes, and of course I chose the smallest one, 3 1/2".

I first made a mirrored one yesterday, so I had to make a new today. Here they are.

Linked up to

Colour & Inspiration Tuesday

To-Do Tuesday

Design Wall Monday 

What I made Monday

Needle and Thread Thursday 

Wednesday Wait Loss 

Pat Sloan 

11 kommentarer:

  1. Hi Turid! I love that you made the block in both colorways or mirror images. I am certain I would not have chosen the smallest size to make! But kudos to you for doing so, and so nicely. Thanks for linking up today and for sharing the link. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Oh my! Turid, they blocks came out beautifully! I love the mirroring!

  3. Jeg beundrer din passion for små lapper, det er flott håndverk.

  4. Wow, all those pieces and SO small! Beautifully done! I like them both. I couldn’t choose which way is my favorite.

  5. Love them both! I almost mirrored mine as well :) Are you using Island Batik for your blocks?

  6. SEW sweet... because you KNOW that I love quilting small!!!

  7. I love these tiny blocks...I'm a huge fan of small and smaller!

  8. You know I love small blocks, and both your negative and positive versions are great. Looking forward to more of this project. Thanks for linking up with Design Wall Mondays, Judy

  9. Of course you chose the tiny size! Love those blocks. They are so incredibly small and you are such a good quilter! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

  10. You must have the patience of a saint to always sew such tiny blocks. Love the positive and negative twin versions of your block. Thanks for linking to Colour & Inspiration Tuesday.


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