What yummy fabrics!!!
Really like these fabrics another quilt so fun to see in so many different fabrics!
I love civil war fabrics! This is going to be great.
These are looking good...are you going to do all of them...or have you already answered that I am forgot?!
I'm finishing up a couple of other blocks and then starting to cut! You are really inspiring me to get moving !
True I will do as many as I can...leaving that open ended. ;-) If we get a baby to foster, sewing will come to a halt for a while.
Jan, your blocks are lovely. I am rather partial to Civil War repros, too.
This is amazing-your blocks so far are great ; what a fantastic project- a "new" old quilt:)
And I can see why- I think it's going to look like a museum piece ( in a good way;)))) when you are done
They are looking good!
Lovely. Very authentic looking!
These blocks are wonderful. I love your fabric chooses. I got the book and have read the whole thing but decided to put off making the blocks for a while but when I see blocks like yours, makes me want to get started on mine, just to many projects going right now. Can not wait to see it all together.
Beautiful. Your fabric choice is so right for these traditional blocks. How many blocks are you planning to make?
Jbr I am planning to make as many as I can. There is no fear of "running out of fabric" because I have piles of choices in these colors. I figure I will just sew along and quit when I am done...no time limit, so it could be years....
Quilt455 Thank you! The fun thing about this is, you can get started any time. Make a few and put it aside, then make some more.
I love the rich colors and designs. Takes me back to my grandmother's home...I can almost smell those gingersnap cookies baking in the oven!
FINALLY got back to making some blocks. Hoping to turn out a few more this week.
Great job. I bought the book to make these but might still be awhile. Love the fabric you are using.
Quilt455 Thank you. I sort of feel like I bailed on this since there are over100 blocks in the book, however, I really wanted to see them in a quilt. I can always make more blocks for another quilt!
Love it! I'm making one also and so far have 91 blocks done. I'm doing mine thru Karen M. Walker on Craftsy. She illustrates most blocks with short cuts and an easier way than just following the book. I can't wait to finish mine. Love your fabric as I'm using the same type. Guess great minds think alike?!
Now I feel jealous! :) 91 blocks! I didn't use any of the book instruction to make mine. I just broke them down into rotary cutting and did the ones that came easy. If you look at mine, you will see that there aren't any that divide into 5 units per side...I stuck with the ones divisible by 2 or 3. There were a couple I made templates for, but not many.