Sunday, November 21, 2010

B-10


Difficulty of block: easy
Number of pieces: 27
Method used: hand piecing

Though I have listed Jud's Trophy as an easy block to make, this time of year, when the weather turns cold and damp, my hands have a mind of their own.  I did decrease the number of pieces by two, to make it more like the original.  That would be the very center piece, going up and down.

8 comments:

Yvette said...

This is the perfect fabric for this time of the year.

Sue said...

More pretty fabrics on a lovely block!

handmade said...

What a nice colour combinations

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Beautiful block and fabric colors.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Carolyn :)

MaggieMae said...

Made this quilt a number of years ago, and it really turns into a labour of love. You are doing a great job. The border was the hardest for me. I sold mine and was sorry after, keep yours. The beauty and reality will grow over time. Good luck looks like you are doing a great job.

Satu said...

Again I love your baby Jane... but there is pretty little teddy bears behind your beautiful block. Have you yourself knitted the sweaters, which they are wearing? They are looking so tiny...

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Robin said...

I'm so excited to see how all of your blocks will look set together! Every one you make is so unique and wonderful.

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