Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Wonder block

Here is the progress on the quilt top made from these

turning the bias down

and it turns out like this!

And because I changed my mind mid stream about color way, I ended up with three extra blocks, so it looks like I will also be making a matching table runner!

So what's in the works on your sewing table??

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Happy Quilting!

20 comments:

Stray Stitches said...

Beautiful! I love the colors you used to create your quilt and table runner.

Miriam said...

Great blocks! I really love that red fabric you are using.

I have been preparing the first block for Friends of Baltimore.It is going to keep me busy for a while!

Barb said...

I want so much to go and do more of these quilts but I have other things to do .... you are so tempting me. I do not pin, I iron them down and so when I go to sew, I just use my finger and it works great that way. Alot less time consuming.

Rachel D said...

I love this! Great job!

Terry said...

These really look great! I love the tablerunner! :0)

Impera_Magna said...

Beautiful colors and fantastic quilt... cool way to use the extra blocks!

Mariliz said...

What a great look!

Shelley said...

I love a new method and I am enjoying your little teases :)It looks like chocolates and cherries!

Allie said...

That's just lovely! A very striking design. On my sewing table - what sewing table - it's so covered with projects I can't find it!

Julia said...

Love it!

QuiltSue said...

This looks beautiful, I love the colours. I have used the same technique to make curved flying geese blocks for a border, but never put it in a big quilt.

Crispy said...

Oooo I love both of them!! Your change of heart was perfect :0)

Crispy

John'aLee said...

Bea-u-ti-ful...dahling!

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

I love it. I was just looking at something like this in a new quilting magazine at the grocery store today, and thinking of trying it. You did a wonderful job, and you have a wonderful blog. I just started my new blog, Ric Rac and Polka Dots. I would love it if you would come visit. I'm just starting out, but I have lots of really fun things planned to share with everyone! Hope to see you soon, and keep quilting!
Julie

badlandsquilts said...

Very striking block~!

Cheryl said...

Love this!!! I need to give this a try!

sewmeow said...

Beautiful.....looks fun to do too.

Sara said...

Great job!

Micki said...

Those are such beautiful blocks!
Micki

Ricki said...

This is so beautiful!