The time-sucking culprit was this block - a traditional block called Wandering Foot. I'll be honest - when Jess chose this one I was terrified. Curves. Y-seams. The block from hell in my book. But, thanks to Jess's seriously fabulous tutorial I made it sans swearing or seam ripping. Amazing!
It's a 20" block, and it's far from perfect - but I conquered my fear of y-seams so I'm calling it a win :o)
I also made my Grandmother's choice block - not 100% happy with my fabric choices, but once I have all the blocks together I'll decide whether to remake it or not.
Off to finish a couple more tonight hopefully.
Hope everyone has had (or is having) a great weekend - don't forget to check back tomorrow for my SMS Giveaway Day post. It may (or may not) involve Violet Craft...
Well done, it looks great! I also have totally unrealistic timescale expectations on making things, oh well...
Your blocks look fantastic! I honestly didn't realise that block would cause so much fear and anxiety, but I am glad you conquered it!
That block looks awesome, super sharp points in the center, and there is a 1/4 around the edges so you won't cut off those points. It is perfect in my book.
Wow what an amazing block!
it's gorgeous! I am extremely impressed!
You did a fabulous job on that first block!
I agree with Carla- you did an incredible job making that block! It's a beauty!!
I have been having similar ideas with regard to time management. Ah well, perhaps if I was Superwoman these things would go faster. Of course, this week's excuse is that I am running out of background fabric - DOH!
Your blocks look great!
It looks great! Very nice smooth seams. What a cool block design.
Wonderful blocks! Love the curved lines.
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