Sunday, May 15, 2011

I Just Couldn't Resist

I just couldn't resist squaring up and joining four of the blocks.

I pressed all the seams open.

Since I have no patience I just had to quilt this block before I do anything else!

I haven't made anymore decisions on,your guess is as good as mine.


  1. I have start a curve project with Nancy Crow when she visited South Africa in 2009. I keep reminding myself it will come to life when quilted- the advantage of your quilt as you go method- it is alive while growing! Inspired to tackle mine as well.

  2. I'm a bit behind in my reader the last couple of weeks (ok a LOT behind... haven't done any reading...) so I've just been able to catch up with these blocks from start to finish tonight. Oh my I LOVE them... if you ever want to find them a new home, rest assured they'd be welcome here ;) lol... Great job as always. xx

  3. I love this. I am glad to hear someone else gets so excited about something you just have to move forward even without a plan. :-)

  4. ooh ~ I like this!
    I have been putting my blocks together, so very easy ~ thanks to your great tutorial!!

  5. Very nice! I really like the colors you used in this .. and the stripe gives it zip. The very _best_ thing is the quilting - really brings your piece alive!

    :) Linda

  6. Thanks Linda....I'll answer here, since you are set at no reply

  7. Oh they look just wonderful! Love to see them together and quilted. Great!

  8. Where ever you decide to go with these blocks, it will be fabulous. I love the quilting. Looking forward to the next block!


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