Posted by on November 9, 2011 in blocks | 3 comments

Interesting technique.  I love the look of these blocks.  They’ll make a great quilt.  I’ve got one made so far for November.  As much as I love this one, I don’t know if I’ll find the time to make my other chances.  Maybe…we’ll see…it is a very busy season.

Janet S.


  1. Love your block! I should make something similar for my 18 mos old. This would make a fantastic I spy for my son!

  2. I love your sunny block. This technique can be used to construct a traditional trip around the world quilt as well as in bargello quilts. I think it's a good one to have in our quilter's bag of tricks.

  3. I am so glad that you posted that comment. I guess I would have figured it out eventually, but I am glad that you mentioned making the traditional trip aroung the world. (Scrappy or non scrappy)and bargelli, I looked at Lizzybob's layout and then read your comment, and THEN IT CLICKED!! I'll have to investigate the bargello layout using this method. Years ago I made a trip around the world, and now I just think, how much easier that quilt would have been, had I known what I know…. this month. Thanks for bringing new twist to tradional settings and modern blocks too!

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial