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Saturday, March 9, 2019

What I've been working on

Mostly I've been procrastinating, but I did make all 121 of these blocks.  (Working early on the H2H quilt for Happy Chemo.) Hands to Help Comfort Quilt Challenge starts on Sunday (tomorrow).


I'm calling it a "Wonky Wedge". I tried to use a limited pallet of blue, purple and green.
Below is the first 4 blocks sewn together (upper left). Blocks always look better after being pressed and sewn together, don't you think so?


Sew I have been using my green scraps...  This quilt is easy and uses your scraps, even strips work.

 
 Close ups are a few of my favorite prints.

Blocks are made from a 5" square of white (121 are a mix of two different prints of white on white and  some off white), then sew varying size and shape triangles onto each.  Somehow I made some bloopers that went the wrong way. I figured it is just another part of "wonky". 

We are supposed to get a snow storm starting this evening, but the weather people can't decide if  it will be 1" or 8".  We will see. We do have enough already. I'm tired of shoveling, and I only helped a couple of times.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs
Terri

4 comments:

  1. Love those colors used together. This is going to be a wonderful quilt. Sorry to hear you are getting more snow. We got wind snow yesterday, Friday. The ground was too warm for it to stick. We have gotten snows in March and April before, but they don't lay on the ground long.

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  2. I hope you didn't get much snow. I'm tired of the cold and wet. I'm ready for some Spring around here.

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  3. its going to be great! My son says there should be a masters degree in procrastination - he could succeed at that! ha ha

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  4. Those colours go beautifully together! A very nice quilt.

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