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Saturday, July 5, 2008

Row By Row Block #6


This is the last block--number 6 called Brasstown Star in the Roosting Row By Row hosted by Debi. I'm anxious to get it all together and see how it looks, first though I have to finish 5 more Brasstown Stars. Then I'll have to figure out the borders--I think that I will do a small green one and then a larger one of the focus fabric. I have plenty of all the fabrics left over, so that's a good thing--I can have my choice of borders! I think I will just make them plain ones so as not to take away from the beautiful blocks in the rows. Debi did such a good job of choosing blocks for each row--this has been a fun row by row--thanks Debi--I hope you do more!

We never lack for patterns it seems--there are so many pretty ones for free on the internet and there must be a gazillion books available now--of course I think that I have to have a good percentage of them--not to mention single patterns that are available and what about all the magazines? Whew! Just thinking about it gives me a bad case of overload!!!


Just have 2 more purse blocks and 5 more crazy patch blocks and the center of the Heirloom Romance (purses) quilt will be done--then all that's left is part of the inner border and all of the outer border. I'm doing the outer border in scrolled hearts, so that I will mark as I go. I got some of the thin wax chalk markers to give them a try--what I have used so far has been good--they erase very well with a white eraser--the eraser that I got is in a pen like holder and clicks down to use as you need it. Very cool. (Not affliated with the companies and all that.... yada, yada....)


Let quilting help you make someone smile!


Jan

3 comments:

Debi said...

Great block, you fabrics are wonderful. I can't wait to see your purses and your Heirloom Romance. I am still working on UFO's this weekend.

NanaKaren said...

Jan, I love your #6 block! I really enjoyed making this one...will be posting a pic of the whole quilt top sometime this week. Hope to see your's soon too!
Karen

Quilting Journey said...

Cute block, Jan! And if you really want a headache...come see my free patterns on my blog...I posted lots of patriotic ones and my big link is over on the right...the cartoon. All I can say in apology is I hope excedrin helps. Hey, I can't quilt like you gals, but I sure can research and collect ideas ;)