Sunday, September 21, 2014

Out the Door

One small project done and out the door -- well it's in the front floorboard of my car ready to be mailed once I'm released to drive again after a bout of vertigo that struck as I drove into the PO parking lot yesterday.  Doing much better today, thank you, but still have several follow-up visits to a variety of doctors to figure out what's going on.

But I digress ...  Back to the project.

I am participating in a Halloween block swap hosted by Denise at Just Quiltin.  Having committed to making 4 sets of 3 blocks, I can hardly wait to see what 12 blocks I get in return!  Here's what will be on the way  to Denise soon.

King's Crown

Card Trick

Crow's Foot

Amazing Windmill

Aren't these fun fabrics?  Blocks finish at 12 inches.  The first three came from Judy Hopkins 501 Rotary Cut Quilt Blocks; the last one from 5,500 Quilt Block Designs by Maggie Malone.  If I had no other books in my quilt library, I would not give up either of these.

Since I had counted the first three several weeks ago when I finished them, the stash report for this week is negligible:

     In this Week:                      0 yards
     Out this Week:                0.5 yards
     In year to Date:         219.50 yards
     Out Year-to-Date:     173.75 yards
     Net Used 2014          -45.75 yards

Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times


  1. I just love your blocks especially Card Trick

    1. Thanks, Charlene. I was so proud to figure out how to have all the pumpkins facing in the right direction! The ghosts are my favorite.

  2. You're the second person today I've heard has vertigo. Cute quilt that's going to be!

    1. I'm looking forward to seeing what I get. I'll post pictures. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. I like how the jack-o-lanterns are peaking out in the crow's foot block. Your blocks turned out great! Sharon B.


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