Monday, 26 September 2011

And Then There Were Five

I can't stop. This is fun.


All the other projects have been put on the back burner.

More soon.

12 comments:

Tonya Ricucci said...

woohoo, love it!!!!!

Connie said...

Looking good!!!

Sharon said...

This is lovely. It's a great use for scraps.

Michele Bilyeu said...

I believe when you get that 'can't stop' feeling you're not only 'in the zone' but truly feeling the groove of liberation. It doesn't matter the style or the fabrics it comes from inside and you've got it and you're in it to create!Woo Hoo, indeed!

VivJM said...

Lookin goooooood!

Sandee said...

Wow! It is so bright and cheerful. What size are the blocks ending up?

Clare said...

Sandee - they are supposed to be 10 1/2", but they're coming out at 10, or sometimes 11.

Nothing like a bit of infilling to solve the problem.

Belinda said...

OH NO!!! Please STOP IT!!!! I just CAN'T put MORE of my projects on hold!! I am RESISTING the temptation!!!!!!!!!!!!

YankeeQuilter said...

These are sooo addictive...I am putting the border on my quilt and find myself still stitching strips together...stop to the madness!

quilteuseforever said...

Great beginning ! I hesitated between a crumb and a Lego, what a terrible quilter's life.
I chose the crumb quilt, but I cut 1"1/2 strings for the future ;-)
I'm sure it is VERY addictive...

Quiltdivajulie said...

Yup ... been there and done that. This is definitely NOT a leaders-enders kind of project :-)

Banaghaisge said...

They all look fabulous together. And I guess it doesn't matter if one is a tad bigger cos who will know if you have sliced !/4" off each side when they are all on a bed together anyways??? Wish I had the energy for sewing... (insert v sad and pouty face here), XXXX