I finished the 6 blocks for my #freefallqal. I love they way they come together and most likely it will remain a smallish quilt. I don’t have enough background to float the quilt as I would like (only the equivalent of 3/4″ so I don’t think it is worth it, but I may try…. That decision will be for next week.
|The last three blocks for the #FreeFallQAL|
For this week’s blocks there were actually 3 different layouts for the blocks. Two blocks were hard (not paying attention), the next two easy, and the third set I cursed myself by saying to a co-worker, I am nearly done! Only two seams had to be ripped out but interesting how easy it was for me to mis-sew or misplace a piece.
And here they are on the table ready to be sewn together!
|The proposed layout for the blocks|
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Looks Great! C3
Kathleen, this is coming along great! I've been watching the progress of several of these, and I love all the color variations. So fun!
Thanks, Wendy. It is a fun quilt with a lot of pizzaz. Think it will be lovely for a fall baby or wall hanging.
It looks beautiful, Kathleen!
Great finish Kathleen! Wasn't it a great feeling once all of the blocks were made? These blocks were challenging for me but I enjoyed the process.
Wow! Love the layout!
Lovely blocks….they look like real leaves.
I really like your version! I sat this one out, but it's been great to see all the different color combinations.