I finished the SAS quilt top Sunday. I can’t decide if it needs borders or not. I have 25 extra square in a square in a square (needs acronym) blocks that I could use. Maybe top and bottom rows. The top turned out to be about 65 x 77, a decent throw size, or full size bed topper.
I made the next two blocks of the FW1930sqal, Anne and April. Easy blocks, but lots of pieces. I tried to make my pinwheel spin the “right” way, by using the pattern from the backside, but in the end it spins clock-wise.
I’ve also been plugging away at my Coxcomb quilt, I have 7 more pieces of the swag border to stitch down, and then the extra blocks from that month to do. Then I think I am caught up with that BOM. I’m going to have to start something new. I was thinking of making a simple triangle quilt that uses 5 x 7 rectangles to make split triangles. Been eyeing a roll of Kaffe fabrics.
I’m Linking up with Judy for Design Wall Monday, I’m a day late, not too bad.
Also with Sara at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I get a Whoop Whoop?
4 thoughts on “Storms over”
Oh your SAS is so pretty! What a wonderful job. And your other blocks are pretty and coming along very nicely.
That red and white storm at sea is gorgeous!
Just love a two color/fabric quilt. SAS is a stunner.
Beautiful SAS!! This is on my list of “some day” quilts and I just love it in red and white.
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