Several pieces are cut and ready to go on my design board today.
You may have an easy time figuring out what this block is going to be
as it begins to take shape. But then again...
I am still working on those little triangle squares for my leaders
and enders when chain stitching.
Well, I am sure you have it fugured out now. This is the first pieced house block I have ever made. It was really quite fun and has inspired me to think about designing a few myself.
All together now, just need to add the H for this little house block
At the end of the day it is time to press all those tiny triangle squares I have been sewing.
Itty-bitty things are an inch and a half, just the right size for a little project I have in mind.
I feel so accomplished sewing two quilts at once!
Just a little side note and shout out to a reader across the sea.
I see that one of my website visitors today is from Newcastle Upon Tyne.
My geography was eluding me so I had to look it up.
This photo is from their tourism website.
How cool is that bridge! (Newcastle is in the United Kingdom by the way.) Thanks for the geography lesson. I love learning new things!
Wherever you are I hope that you are having a lovely day.
Welcome to the site of Debra Davis-a woman who loves the Lord and loves to quilt.
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My other blog where I share about my walk of faith:
Sitting at His Feet
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