Kudos,to you Judy!!
When I watched, the video I was not even tempted to try it,right now anyway. Maybe later when I am all grown up
Your blocks turned out great and I love the colors. Looking forward to seeing pictures of your quilt. I think next month is putting blocks together.
Judy T-Bellingham:I finished the Craftsy BOM September blocks. Not a fun project but I was determined to do it.
Oh my Judy,
these are wonderful. I love your fabric choices. You dis such a good job with these I hope you'll try them again some time.
Drunkard's Path is one of my favourite blocks to make. I made a turtle quilt with it.
Great job on these blocksJudy!
Did you buy a template or use the one in the pattern? Our LQS didn't have one so I guess I have to go to Joanns. If they don't have one I'll have to try the paper one or order it online.
Judy, your blocks are beautiful! I love your fabrics, looking forward to seeing your whole quilt. I ordered the templates so haven't done them yet. This class is a great skill builder.
Judy, your blocks are just beautiful! Your fabrics are beautiful! Great job!
Wow, Judy! Your blocks are fabulous. I decided to bite the bullet and try the small squares, but I would have been much happier had she chosen a larger one to begin with. I'm going to watch the videos suggested, as I'm really not keen on using 7 pins on each and every square as the instructor suggests. As you all can probably tell by now, patience is not in my skill set!
Judy, these are beautiful. They remind me of a Kaleidoscope.
I'm behind. I hope to finish the August and September blocks this month. I've been working on another project and have not wanted to get out another project...too confusing.
Debbie (Dainty):Did you buy a template or use the one in the pattern?
Debbie. I traced the paper patterns onto template plastic. That works OK, but not great. The heavy purchased templates probably would have made the task much easier.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Bonita:Judy, you may not have had fun making them but they sure turned out beautiful. Love the vibrant colors and the fussy cut pink.
Thanks Bonita, but I really didn't fussy cut. It was an accident that the pink came out the way it did!
Kris:Drunkard's Path is one of my favourite blocks to make.
Thanks Kris. I think it would have been easier if I'd had the purchased template. Several years ago I made Drunkards Path in Eleanor Burns Underground Railroad pattern and it was fairly easy. But it was also bigger pieces.
Pat Lancaster:I love your fabrics, looking forward to seeing your whole quilt. I
Thanks Pat but there won't be a whole quilt from the blocks in the series. I started out with one color scheme and then switched to the brighter Calypso by Ro Gregg. I MIGHT go back and re-do some of the blocks in this collection in order to get a lap quilt size. I really love these fabrics but only have a stack of fat quarters.
Judy, I would love to see whatever you end up with when you finish your project with the Calypso. Such fun, bright prints! I love color - gotta see if I can find me some of this fabric!
Claudette:Calypso. Such fun, bright prints! I love color - gotta see if I can find me some of this fabric!
Claudette. I bought the 28 fat quarter bundle here: http://www.fabricquiltshop.com/product-details.php?id=699
Hi! Your fabric choice were awesome. Your blocks look fantastic. What fabric is the one with the bubbles!
I love back porch designs, she makes doing circles/arcs so easy. I have 2 sets of her templates, they sure make cutting easy, especially if you have the mat that rotates like a lazy susan.
Joni:Your blocks look fantastic. What fabric is the one with the bubbles!
Joni. It's Calypso Packed Leaf by Ro Gregg. The line is carried at fabricquiltshop.com . They show two colors and I think mine is #1204222 Calypso Packed Leaf Multi by Ro Gregg for Fabric-Quilt.
I'd posted earlier that I bought the 28 pack of fat quarters at fabricquiltshop.com. I didn't. It was a special carried at Craftsy. I looked to see if Craftsy still had it and couldn't find it.
I also see the line on eBay.