I am working away on my amish snowball quilt.
One little 3 1/2" square at a time.
Each square has four little tiny triangles in the corner.
After sewing on the little triangles...
there is trimming to do.
There are NINE snowballs in each block.
My goal is to make 48 nine patches
There should be 432 snowballs in the quilt when I'm done.
I'm not even 1/2 way there!!!
Quilting takes a BIT of patience.
Just. a. BIT.
What a re YOU making this week??
Love the snowball quilt, it's going to be lovely!ReplyDelete
Patience yep, but I still enjoy my quilting time and I know you do too! It's going to be great when done.ReplyDelete
Loving your little snowball blocks--and the Amish look..nice work hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
You got a good start anyway! It's going to be a very colorful quilt.ReplyDelete
Love the 9-patch setting - very rich look with the color and pattern.ReplyDelete
Persistence! Such tiny blocks! Putting them in a nine patch setting is such a brilliant idea!ReplyDelete
What a great-looking quilt!ReplyDelete
Your snowball quilt is coming along fine. It will certainly be a very fine quilt. Worth all the effort.ReplyDelete
They look so nice.ReplyDelete
I really like this. Great idea!ReplyDelete
Love the colors your using. Makes for a very striking quilt.ReplyDelete
Snowballs in California! Great colorway.ReplyDelete
I love your snowball quilt. I think those are hard to make because there are so many places to match seams.ReplyDelete
Your last few words on your post made me smile - especially as I think of my Grandmother's Flower Quilt! :) Your snowball quilt is so cute! I know that your are trying to shop your stash this year. You must have a beautiful stash because your projects are simply lovely!ReplyDelete