Stash Report/Design Wall

1/4 yd for binding the Vet quilt. .10 yd -  bits  for Soupçon border, .01 yd for testing a block, commissioned quilt doesn't count as that was bought specifically for that project, so doesn't get counted in or out.

1/8th yard for making the April BOM blocks for guild -these are only 6" blocks finished. Then I used 1/8th yard to test the side blocks to the commissioned quilt - didn't want to get that wrong when I have just enough fabric. And now I've used about 1/4 yard testing the corner blocks - geesh! First too small, then too large inner unit - but finally I got it right and have only 5 more border blocks to do and all the blocks for the quilt will be made.  Here's my test sample of the side blocks.

This is not the fabric for the quilt - just a scrap I picked out of the piece shelf to make this unit.

Hope you all had a wonderful Easter!

I'm linking to Judy's Patchwork Times and Lyn's BOMs Away! See you next week  - hope to be quilting this top by then. Stash numbers updated on the right sidebar.

Comments

Bonnie said…
Ah the side blocks for on point sets. It's always a good idea to test them. Glad yours came out right, even if it took a few tries! Now what to do with those pieces!
Laura said…
Hi Angie, Are you ready for TGIFF this friday? :) Let me know what we can do in the promo post! :) cheers
Laura
Deb Hartwig said…
Loving you on bloglovin
Carrie P. said…
It is a good idea to test with scraps first. great job!