Saturday, May 16, 2015

Answering a question...

Linda asked a question on my last post...

Pattern from this book

but she is a no-reply blogger!

Constructed this way

so here are the details for you, Linda!

Ends up looking like this!

This quilt was never finished because 

I messed up the quilting!

And this is what I have been up to today....

This little block measures 3.5"

I'll be back soon with more shortcuts for the

"My Small World" quilt - panel 2

Happy sewing!

SUZ


14 comments:

  1. Golly, whenever I see the cover of that 30's book I think of my unfinished arcs. I love your teeny churn dash, such cute fabrics.

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  2. Oh I love that little churn dash block, such pretty fabric!

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  3. Lovely block.
    So what is going to happen to the quilt. Can it be saved?

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  4. Love a teeny churn dash! I really was shocked at how small some of the pieces are in that quilt! Jen Kingwell is so incredibly talented. Your quilt is going to be fabulous!

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  5. Oh cute little churn dash...you stole my heart!!

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  6. Your little block is lovely.

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  7. How was the quilting messed up on that quilt, are you going to rip it out and try again?? It is a lovely quilt and it would be a shame not to see it finished, I have to be in the right mindset to finish quilts like that. I haven't pieced little blocks for ages so I'm really looking forward to making My SMall World.

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  8. A very pretty churn dash block, so tiny! I too am wondering about the fate of that quilt? The Denyse S. fabrics look great with all that red!

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  9. I'm looking forward to your My Small World shortcuts. Planning to start mine this week.

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  10. Love the churn dash and that first one looks a lot like Subway!

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  11. "making the quilts we didn't inherit" - very passive aggressive!! I think the author may have a chip on their shoulder! I think you're going to have to give it another go Suz - either unpick or some other clever way to fix the quilting. That top deserves to be out and proud!

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  12. Look at that tiny churn dash, I love it!! It's hard to keep things accurate when the block is that little. Yours is perfect!

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  13. Won't you take time to unquilt the one that isn't quite right? I hope so! I'm a big fan of Churn Dash blocks, no matter what size. I've made that block often... haven't we all?

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  14. You messed up the quilting? I hope it wasn't serious.

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