Design Wall Monday, March 14, 2016

Month 1
Month 2
Month 3
720 HSTs finished through three months.  On to assembling into Sixteen Patch Blocks for Month 4 and 5.  There are a total of 49 to assemble.

Kalvert Kliffs has a start.  There is quite a lot of marking to do on one of the neutral 5" squares.  I will be working on this over the next couple of days.  You sew on the lines then cut the square in half both ways to end up with three HSTs and two solid squares.  In the middle you can see the finished block.  This is my UFO for March with 52Quilts.
Last but not least, the binding is ready to put on my Mom's Expect the Unexpected project.  This is a big quilt coming in 84" x 98".  TV time with DH is ahead!

Hope you have time to see other projects through the links today at Patchwork Times.  Happy sewing =^.^=.


Nancy J said...

What a lot of blocks, huge preparation. When I look at the first photos from a distance, they look like ruffled chooky feathers!!! And that is a compliment, not a criticism at all. Lovely fabrics in the next project, when do you eat or sleep??

Janet O. said...

Oh my goodness, Konstitution is a heavy commitment, but I love the looks of those blocks!

Kerry's Quilting said...

Looking forward to working on my last batch of Half square triangles!Like all your fabric choices for Kalvert Kliffs

bidtl said...

I recently finished a Union Blues quilt. I made an error when first cutting the pieces and made the HST's 2 inches instead of 2 ½, I ended making all the pieces a bit smaller so it would work. I call mine Petite Union Blues. Good work on yours, soldier on!

Betty said...

I agree with Nancy, when I first looked at your blocks they looked like ruffles, couldn't figure out, what????? Then I seen the correct image in my head. lol lol
Like the new buttons you put on the side of your blog. Now I can go to your blog and from there see it all. You are so talented. love you