|Center Squares inside of Geese|
The first and a quite important step was deciding which fabric mixes were to be used per block. Thank goodness for my design board where I could organize and visualize how the fabric choices and colors worked together. Finally being satisfied I labeled my blocks as:
(Fabric Match defined is the fabric used for the geese per block)
Fabric 1 + Fabric Match (f1+fm) - 2 squares of each to make 4 HSTs per block
Fabric 2 + Fabric Match (f2+fm) - 2 squares of each to make 4 HSTs per block
Fabric 1 + Background (f1+bg) - 2 squares of each to make 4 HSTs per block
Fabric 2 + Background (f2+bg) 2 squares of each to make 4 HSTs per block
Fabric Match + Background (fm+bg) 8 squares each to make 16 HSTs per block
|288 HSTs sewn and trimmed!!|
Aren't they scrumptious?
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They are scrumptious! The quilt is going to be beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your HST are wonderful! What method do you use? I just posted my favorite way to make lots of HST on my blog. Would love to know how you made yours - they are perfect.ReplyDelete
They are just so scrumptious!!! And I love the way you used your design wall to pair up your fabrics. The pairings are so very pretty. I can't wait to see this come together!!ReplyDelete
Very pretty design and fabrics!ReplyDelete
This is really starting to come along. I love the combinations you came up with.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is coming along quite nicely! HST week is always the hardest! This week will be far easier.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of HSTs! Totally worth it though. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, yay! They are sew sweet! Your blocks look great on that design wall, Joanie! LOVE it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful HST! They are very sweet, the quilt is going to be wonderful.ReplyDelete
I love the versatility of HST's. They can be used so many fun ways. Your stacks are perfectly yummy, for sure!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you shared at Needle and Thread Thursday!
:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation