Monday, June 19, 2017

Design Wall Monday - June 19, 2017

Well, I am still working on the Valentine Quilt, but for a break from viewing my design wall, I thought I'd show you pictures of the blocks I am making for Lisa Bongean's Triangle Gatherings.  Her website is (Here)   I first talked about these triangle blocks (Here)

How could I pass up a 'gathering' of hst blocks?  They are made of 16 small hst pieces, and since I have shoeboxes full of hst's, it has been fun to assemble them into Lisa's weekly patterns.

This week I made #29 through #36 and here is a picture:





There are 45 patterns published so far, and I have made 36 of them.  The way I write out the patterns is to copy the block pictures onto graph paper.  This way, I don't waste a lot of computer ink printing out a pattern page for each square, as I already have the hsts in my stash.  Here's a picture to show you what I mean:


  

What's on your design wall this Monday?









13 comments:

  1. This is a fun project! I like how you are keeping record of the patterns.

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  2. Your Triangle BLlocks are Fun! I did a similar thing with Pam Buda in 2014. We only made 13 BLocks ofr a small quilt. Thanks for the Link-up!

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  3. Hi Judy,
    Thanks for sharing the link to Lisa's website. I will check that out, and maybe it's not too late to join in. I love the blocks you've shared - some of them look hard until you remember they are HSTs. What a great idea of putting the blocks on graph paper rather than printing them out. Smartie pants! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. Those HSTs must be really tiny. Pretty blocks!!

    -Soma

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  5. THose are great blocks, and I like the way you write them down - much eaiser!

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  6. OMGosh I love these little blocks so much! Then I went and started reading and now I am sure I will think about these all day long and tomorrow I will start another new project. :)

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  7. I'm a HST junkie. I think I'll go take a look at her blocks. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Wow those blocks are tiny and amazing. Beautiful work!

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  9. Lisa likes tiny tiny pieces! Great method to keep track and not have to face printer errors. Have fun!

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  10. These little blocks are looking fabulous! Love your fabric choices and your sewing is perfection! Great idea with the graph paper...thanks for sharing!

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  11. What a smart way to have a record of the patterns. Your blocks look great. Makes me wish I was more organized and had my hst all in one place.

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  12. Great blocks! Beautiful fabrics!

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  13. I would probably done the same as you and make small drawings instead of using up so much ink and paper for the blocks. I decided not to add the triangle quilt project to my overwhelming list of quilts to be made. You are doing quite well with your blocks.

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