Sunday, January 18, 2009

The halfway mark

I really thought I was much further along on this quilt until I pulled the blocks out the other day and put them up on the design wall but now I've finished half of them. Since this quilt has 4 distinct sections, it will be easy to assemble. Here are the red sections, I'll play a little more with the placement of the blocks and then sew them together.

Before I started making blocks tonight, I was binding my first Happy Quilt. I made two versions and hadn't planned on making another top but as I was ironing, I noticed the pack of charm squares sitting on top of my pink fabric.

I've been trying to think of a way to use these (a gift from Deb) and I think a pink and brown Happy Block quilt might just work. But first I have to finish piecing the above top.


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8 comments:

Joyce said...

Those pinks are so cute. THat's going to make a nice quilt.

Carole said...

Hi,
I just discovered your blog and I love it ! I'm into scrappy quilts too and I SURE will be back often !

Anonymous said...

Mary ... what is the pattern that you're using for that quilt? Which book/magazine is it from? I absolutely love it!

Thanks ~
Flatlander (Linda)
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Amy said...

love the quilt on the design wall. and pinks and browns should look awesome. thanks for sharing,

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Deb said...

I forgot all about that nickel pack! You've been talking about a pink/brown quilt since that once we saw in Williamsburg.

The red looks good!

Deb said...

Mary what are you using for a design wall and do you like it. I am desperate for one.

MARCIE said...

Love that R-W-B quilt! And your bubbles quilting is great! Hope you are staying warm and toasty!