Monday, November 8, 2010

K-4


Difficulty of block: easy
Number of pieces: 21
Method used: hand piecing

I thought Thea's Turn was a bit of a boring block until I started piecing it together.  To make it look more like the original I added an extra piece to each of the light coloured triangles around the block.  And, it looks like I have to take this block back to the iron to press my seams a little better; a couple of points are missing!

11 comments:

Quiltjane said...

I love the fabrics.

Yvette said...

I love the fabrics too!

Melody said...

With the beautiful fabrics you have chosen it is anything but boring. It looks wonderful.

Donna in SW PA said...

You do such a beautiful job

handmade said...

This one I like very much !!!

Paula said...

Not boring at all - on the contrary very interesting and beautiful fabric.

Zonnah said...

I really like how you fussy cut this one!

Notjustnat said...

It's beautiful and the fabric is just perfect for it - I'm itching to do hand piece of DJ, but cannot make up my mind the color scheme - Any idea to suggest? Hugs Nat

Vivian said...

Your blocks are never boring. They're colorful and inventive--and your fabric selection is what makes each one so special. This is the best way to see a DJ quilt -- one block at a time, closeup and personal.
They'll eventually all blend into a masterpiece, but I like this steady pace, appreciating each one individually.

Minka's Studio said...

I love it! Great fabric combo!

Robin said...

Beautiful!!! I love the fussy cut center.

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