Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Sixteen-Patch Blocks

Sixteen-patch blocks

The first two days at the mountain cabin, I worked on the sixteen-patch blocks. By the time I reached the bottom of the bin, I had completed 79 sixteen-patch blocks with only a lonely four-patch left for seed.

Project number one was completed.


12 comments:

  1. Oh no! You've left one for seed. You know that bin will start to multiply again quickly! Great job to make that many 16 patch blocks. That's a LOT of sewing.

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  2. There is something about putting those blocks together!! Looks lovely.

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  3. Nancy Cabins and quilts? What could be better? I love how they look. I dont think I'd ever sew because everything must be so geometric and even and very carefully done. I so admire those of you who sew

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  4. I thought my sewing machine gets a real workout, but yours beats any sewing I've done lately. And I've done a lot! What would we do without work horse sewing machines? The blocks look wonderful!

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  5. I have made quite a few 16 patch blocks in recent times. One of my favourite ways of using up pre cut squares from our harvesting.

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  6. Wow! You'll be supplied with patches for all of next winter when you are stuck inside. :-)

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  7. Yay for sewing success! Is that enough for a quilt?

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  8. Good for you accomplishing so much! Nancy

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  9. Ooh - that looks intriguing. I can hardly wait to see this project grow. :)

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  10. So impressive! I'm glad you got so much done and a good time. Dang!

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  11. Great progress! Now what are you going to turn them into?

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