I hemmed five pairs of pants for DD, fixed some pants for the eldest grand and did some minor sewing to a blouse and a swimsuit. I cut a pair of my own slacks too short, and now I guess I'm making a pair of capris out of them. And a couple of evenings I let myself be seduced by the bin of green fabrics and a couple of pattern books!
Well, I decided to go back and put the handle on.
This is the result:
The handle is straighter than it looks. And the color of this picture is actually more true. I'm not sure what was wrong with the first picture... it could be that it was the camera or phone or whatever I took that picture with.
I have 45 blocks done, but my design wall holds less than that. Here's a photo of the current wall-full.
|Six rows and seven columns... I think I'm going to do sashing and corner stones as a setting.|
|They look more restful with white space between, don't you think?|
I started out with 2 1/2 inch strips, which will finish at 2 inches. But I could just decide to cut that down to 1.5 inches finished. It just depends on how many I have when I stop. Although these things are like potato chips... you can't stop making 'em!
The three above, with the no-longer-handle-less basket, are Waterwheel, Tall Pine Tree, and a variation of Flying Geese that I saw in the book 501 Rotary Cut Quilt Blocks.
I hope you're having fun with your blocks!