Monday, March 19, 2012

Design Wall Monday

I played with blocks and fabric all weekend

I may still do some rearranging

This is the block and every piece needs to be kept in order, chances are only a couple border blocks will be interchangeable. 

I flip the center square over the left triangle and sew a partial seam then sew the top triangle, then the right triangle, then the bottom triangle, then I finish my first seam. The center square is 2 1/2 inches the same as the base of the triangle.

There will be no open windows or fans in my sewing room until this is finished.

Linked up to Judy at Patchwork Times so much fun you do this Judy
 http://www.patchworktimes.com/2012/03/19/design-wall-monday-march-19-2012/

 never too old to play with blocks,   ann

7 comments:

Lesley said...

You are a very patient person, but what masterpieces you can create! Both options are stunning!

Pieces of Time said...

WOW! You have the patience of Job. The quilt is beautiful and so intricate.
Jane

Gari said...

Oh, my! Beautiful but, oh, my, what a lot of work. And yet, so worth it when you get a beautiful quilt out of it.

Quilter Kathy said...

Very cool block...and a dynamic looking layout!

Julie in WA said...

This is so amazing!

LesQuilts said...

Hi! This quilt will be sooo great! Did you take any pictures yet?
It would help in case anything happens!
I"d suggest putting some stick pins thru every piece, in case something might fall down! I guess no chain piecing with this one?!
Looking toward the finished product!
Take care, Leslie

Sue Daurio said...

Oh that is going to be very pretty! But it's making my head hurt just thinking about how long it's going to take to put it together. Can't wait to see more.