I made a couple more blocks out of quilting components and here they are. I didn't play around too much with the first one. This one is all HST's and square in a triangle.
Here's blocks #2. The components are a square in a square, double flying geese, and a square in a triangle.
I played around with the components a lot on this one.
Then I turned them another way. Actually I like this version the best and on second thought, this should have been the final resting place of the components, but I can never leave well enough alone.
Here are my final four.....but I'll probably make a few more variations since I have to add a couple of more components to the class. Each block finishes at 9" x 9".
I'm still working on the reference manual with the formulas and techniques for making the different components. It's been slow going. I filled in at the shop yesterday and I'm teaching Toyland Tree today. I'll have some uninterrupted sewing time during the week. Happy Sunday everyone.
The blocks are lovely. I absolutely love Block 1!ReplyDelete
Sometimes the most simple of components can make a striking block like the first one - and the best part - no Y seams! I'm drooling over all your gorgeous color selections, Lynn!ReplyDelete
Lovely blocks. We did this in one of our guild meetings (but simpler components) to show how a cute sampler could be made with these 12" blocks.ReplyDelete
For a slow goer, you sure got a lot accomplished! Each block is sure pretty!ReplyDelete
They're all great blocks, especially the first one. I think this is going to be a great class.ReplyDelete