Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Some Splendid Progress

I am still making blocks for my Splendid Sampler quilt.  I need to settle on a layout soon as I might be getting close to having enough blocks completed.

I am being very choosy about the blocks I am completing.  And some I am not quite making the exact block but a version that better highlights the fabrics I am using. 
I like that I am making this sampler my own!


This block was paper-pieced and really threw me for a loop.  I can't even count how often I had to get my seam ripper out for this little block.  Consequently, I think it got a bit stretched so the points don't all match.
Don't look!  :)



This block was designed to have little circles appliqued in the squares.  I decided to simply fussy cut some fabrics to get a similar effect.  So much easier!



I really love this block for its simplicity.  I was really able to showcase  the fabric on this one.



This block is from the Quiltmaker sampler series.  I really like the pieced blocks over those that are appliqued or embroidered.




 So I only added these four blocks over the month of October.  I have a few designs bookmarked I didn't complete if I need to go back after they are all released and make a few more for my quilt. 

The end to this project will soon be here!


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12 comments:

  1. Great blocks! I really like the #2 where you have done a spot of fussy cutting!

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  2. I love these blocks!
    So bright and interesting!

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  3. I have done a few of my Splendid Sampler blocks this week too. Good to see your fabrics

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  4. Gorgeous fabrics and brilliant colours!

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  5. Love your fabrics Cynthia, it is so so vibrant. Can't wait to see it all together.

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  6. Those are always so pretty! I really like the way the first block looks woven. I didn't even notice the places where the points don't match - so many blocks are made that way on purpose these days! Can't wait to see how you will put those together!

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  7. Yes, the sampler should be your own! Putting our ideas and personality into our quilts is part of the fun.

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  8. I love your fabric choices! And you're still making Splendid Sampler blocks...good for you.

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  9. Bright and fun blocks. I really like your fabric choices.

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  10. Of course I love the fabrics you are using for your sampler. I have not been doing it so have lost track of the blocks. I really like the first one. Is there link to a tutorial for that block?

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