Only 10 more blocks needed., 5 double arcs and five singles.
So I'll just keep plugging away at them. I'm still loving these colors.
When I get the rest of the blocks made I can play with the block placement to make sure the same fabric isn't too close to itself. And I can decide what kind of loopy effect I want; there are many potential layouts possible.
Link ups: Small Quilts and Doll Quilts, Love Laugh Quilt
The snake quilt is making progress. It'll be fun to layout this quilt. Hum, it's a lot bigger than the little snake hubby moved off the steps to my basement studio yesterday!ReplyDelete
You are definitely clos now. I look forward to seeing how you decide to arrange the blocks.ReplyDelete
I love the colors and fabrics you chosen for this quilt. What a beautiful, inviting mix. And a fun quilt, too, of course!ReplyDelete
i love this. i'm sure it's been alot of work. can't wait to see it finished. patti in floridaReplyDelete
Oddly enough, I was thinking about this quilt this morning before I opened my feedly account and discovered your blog post. I can't wait to see how you put this together. I don't remember whether you have written about whether you are going to do one or more borders or what color you are going to use for the binding. Really interesting design!ReplyDelete
I just LOVE this quilt! Did you create your own template for piecing?ReplyDelete