Chris’s post about triangles had an unexpected effect on the piles of stuff awaiting attention on Barbara’s worktable. Here’s a potentially very large ufo that was begun at least two years ago and could be finished up with just one day’s focussed effort (especially if they were given a darn good pressing first, having spent a long time stuffed into a tote bag ) …..
… lots and lots of half square triangles made from an assortment of reproduction blue prints and already joined into long strips ready to be turned into a Tree Everlasting strippy quilt top. This was one of those “make zillions of units with no plan and see what happens” projects when the rotary cutter first sliced into the fabrics, and, having been rediscovered (!) it is now sitting on top of all the other projects on the worktable and it may get made into a top very soon. ( and, once more, pigs might fly! Chris)
Our Sampler Class starts next week – where did the time go?! Here are a few of Chris’s blocks – don’t you just love the bold stripe?