Sunday, August 1, 2010

"Fair and Square"

Here are a few of the confetti blocks that I had made last week and cut to the 6.5" size for the workshop.

Fair and Square is the title Amanda Jean gave to this quilt pattern.

Since I had cut another set of the sashings at the workshop, I sewed most of this together last night, and finished it after church.

So this makes a third top for Margaret's Hope Chest made this weekend.



Goat cheese with herbs on slices of baguette
Black-eyed Susans in bloom all around town
Being challenged about Greed in today's Gospel reading


Carol said...

Don't you just love those little scraps that some people just toss into the waste basket. I sit and sew scraps together, square up the large piece made from scraps, cut blocks at 4-5 inches square and add black or another neutral color to finish the quilt. You can see what I'm talking about at my blogspot:
Happy quilting.

Nines said...

Good job! We call those blocks crumb blocks around here and I have a collection of them that I plan on putting together in a quilt- with no swashing- just crumbs.

ROZ said...

I love those interesting blocks