Monday, February 6, 2012

Border Top Row 2


Difficulty of block: easy
Number of pieces: 20
Method used: hand piecing

Way too much time has passed between blocks, how easy it is to forget when you stop following routine.  One thing I find though is it takes less time to piece a triangle then a center block.  So, maybe it is still possible to complete all 52 border triangles before the year ends or did I just get lucky with the first two?

Edit to post:  Block name is Australian Pines.

10 comments:

Sue said...

Oh neat! You're at the borders. It's so lovely!!

Hilachas said...

Beautiful of course. I know what you mean about having to get back in the routine. That's exactly what I need to do with my center blocks, maybe set a schedule of sorts for myself rather than just when I get around to it. You're moving right along and I always look forward to seeing your sewing.

Sheila said...

this looks great. I too have enjoyed the triangles more than the centre blocks , but they are not all as easy as this one, I think there are some doozies ahead.

Josie McRazie said...

Love it! I'm sure you can get it done in a year!!!!

Yvette said...

I love the first two triangles. Your fabric stash is the best!

Ellie's Quiltplace said...

I guessed it would take longer to finish the triangles then the blocks, but I guess I'm wrong ;o)
Love your new triangle!

Paula said...

Beautiful triangle, gorgeous fabric as usual.

I'm sure you will have them all done before the year end.

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

perfectly possible...it just depends on you & the time dedicated to Jane. She can bore you at times, challenge you at others & make you avoid her like the plague at some places until she's finally complete.

Stick with it and enjoy the process.

Lovely triangle! =)

Minka's Studio said...

Ooo, you're making me feel less worried about making my triangles. Now if I can just decide on the fabric plan. (I ran out of background fabric....and may just use my colored fabrics together. I sure love how yours look!)

Robin said...

Love this! It is so bright and happy.

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