This pattern worked out well, however it is a bit fussy when it comes to putting it together and getting seams pressed in the right direction to butt seams together is sometimes interesting.
I do really like how the blocks come out. It will be a slower sew than another I am working on, but it is pretty. Those center cuts are 1.5 inch from the center seams of the block.
And I have been able to get the two different fabrics I am using started and the beginning of a row. Nice to see a sample of what the plan is going to look like.
Three of the five rows are finally complete. I'm really happy with this quilt top so far.
Hi DonnaLee, I really like the pattern that you're using. It reminds me of weaving.ReplyDelete
Very pretty pattern --perfect for that lovely rose print fabric..hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
great block idea!ReplyDelete
I like that block so much that I copied the block and added it to my to do block folder. Thank you for finding the block...NancyReplyDelete
Slow sewing is always worth it. Your fabrics are working together very well. This will be a beautiful quilt.ReplyDelete
Pretty pattern. I like your fabric choices. They really make the quilt feel coordinated.ReplyDelete
Someone is going to love receiving your beautiful quiltReplyDelete
That is such a pretty block and the fabrics work so well together! I love how it's coming along!ReplyDelete
A pretty block and great fabric selection. This is going to be a fabulous quilt!ReplyDelete
I've done a couple of these - from a certain distance, they play with your eyes because the narrow dark lines don't line up. If I had my choice, I'd do a D9P!ReplyDelete
Sometimes a simple plan is totally the one! It's going to make a lovely quilt!ReplyDelete