We’ve both been doing our fair share of chopping up fabric and stitching it back together again over the past couple of weeks. So much so that during the course of one of our high level conferences at C&B HQ
we decided we would try a Not Block of the Month which would give us yet another reason to chop up even more fabric and stitch it back together. Fuelled by further caffeine here’s our first offering, the State House block. It really isn’t meant to be a Block of the Month, more of a Try This Block you might like it. There is no further agenda, just the free downloadable instructions here. Our other starting point was Barbara’s collection of vintage black and white blocks -here’s the original for your reference –
Barbara picked up some Moda fabrics that had been lying around hopefully on her cutting table since before Christmas and in a very short time had put the block together –
but it’s always fun to investigate the possibilities before committing to the “proper” arrangement …
– although looking at this last pic she wishes she’d slowed down a bit and made a better job of that 4patch unit! Oops!! (Probably had the music turned up too loud again – Chris)
So, it isn’t a competition or a sewalong and there’s no pressure, deadlines or any of that guilt-inducing stuff, just a simple versatile block – if you decide to make your own version do share it with us.