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Day 5: Starting to Sew Blocks Together

Starting to sew blocks together. Decision making. Some 100 year old quilt blocks which are in my mother's things and could be YOURS!

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Comment by lima on October 12, 2010 at 5:52pm
It's just so autumn like and those little blue sky squares just really stand out nicely.

I used to work as a Draftsman in the Navy and when the Blue Angels came to Norfolk, I did all the graphics for the airshows... I got more of my share of them when I was stationed in Florida... That is one thing I don't miss about Virginia is having the jets overhead from Norfolk, Oceania, and Langley.... but then again, it's a part of home and I do.

Yes I agree the hexagon shape of the patterns does not seem to correlate with the parallel patterns that you seem to have going on at the moment. Will be neat to see what somebody does with the pieces.

Enjoyed.
Comment by tree on October 12, 2010 at 5:59pm
Yes, those blues seem to be popping more and more
Comment by Marie on October 12, 2010 at 7:45pm
Confusing pieces from the past - strange how that happens. I have a box to deal with myself. ;-) Will burden the next generation...
Comment by BlancheNoE on October 12, 2010 at 9:01pm
of COURSE you'd have a Bernina. It's like the MacPro of sewing machines. My mother had one that my step-mom promptly sold as soon as she moved in (grrrrrrrrrrrr). I'm limping along on a Singer
*shrugs*. Miss M., I can't imagine wanting to walk any further at a quilt show after coming across one of yours,...unless there's MORE of yours further down.
Comment by S.A. Murray on October 13, 2010 at 10:36am
Non-Conformity FTW :)
Comment by NatureJunkie on October 14, 2010 at 4:00pm
I think you mentioned the Blue Angels in another of your videos a couple years ago. Yes, they visit me too. Whether one loves or hates them, they have become one of the signs of autumn for me in the Bay Area, and since I love everything about the fall, I've come to love them just as a matter of inclusion.

The flower pieces remind me of things my own grandmother used to sew into quilts. They are lovely in their way, but I agree with you--they aren't right for the quilt you're working on.
Comment by Geoff on October 15, 2010 at 10:14am
I'd like to see what you would do with a regular pattern. Would you pick a traditional pattern or work something else up yourself?
Comment by tree on October 15, 2010 at 10:21am
My next one will probably be a traditional pattern, or a regular pattern.

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