Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Had to share...

I have been trying to blog less frequently, but...
just had to share the latest block for the 1880 Sampler Quilt.
It looks wonderful set on point.
I had been postponing making this block
(only 61 pieces),
but it turned out to be easier than I thought.
Don't worry~~you will have 8 other blocks to make before you get to this one!

Back to siggy blocks.

13 comments:

  1. That's quite an interesting block! Nice work on it...all 61 pieces!
    got to tell ya..love your play list :-)

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  2. Looks great! but soooooooooo many pieces.

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  3. Lovely work Cheryl, it pays off when you go that extra mile LOL, great little block!!!

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  4. Oh my goodness 61 pieces ! Great job piecing this one together. Sometimes what seems to be be hardest block is the easiest.

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  5. What a great block! I like how this one turned out. 61 pieces is quite an accomplishment on a small block like this!
    At least I don't see any tricky triangle pieces.

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  6. It's a beauty. Sixty-one pieces in one block seems like a lot, but I do bet it was worth it in the end:) So pretty!

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  7. What a beautiful block! Your color selection just sets it off perfectly!

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  8. Wov, beautiful block, Cheryl! And so many different fabrics on it...

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  9. I like this block. I must admit I have never bothered to count the pieces - I just piece 'til the end!

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  10. That block look complicated. Yours looks awesome!

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  11. It doesn't look like it would be 61 pieces but it does look like easy sewing even with all the pieces.

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  12. Sixty-one pieces? I started the SBS because they were 6-inch blocks instead of the 4-inch in the DJ.... ??? I am trusting you that this one will be easy... need to get busy with the first eight! ;-) ...Karen

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