I was tempted by Temecula Quilts to do their latest project, Circa 2016.
The blocks are so small and cute. They don't take long to make.
Aren't they cute??
My main project this week while we are at the cabin in Oregon is to work on my 9-11 quilt, which is very challenging to me!! Me and curved piecing don't get along very well!!
I haven't gotten very far!
Winners to be announced tomorrow!!
The 9-patches and pinwheels are very cute but your blocks with paper piecing are.......wow ! awesome ! Stunning !ReplyDelete
Bravo Randy ! It's going to be a gorgeous quilt !
i too was tempted but have a sorta full plate already with 365 and farmer's wife AND westering women and maybe splendid sampler...oh, the places we go! and i love, love, love the 9-11 project!ReplyDelete
WOW! For someone who thinks they don't do curved piecing very well yours looks great! That 9 11 is one big beautiful quilt!ReplyDelete
Yep, I jumped on the Circa 2016 train too, though I have way too much already started. Time for another finish or three!ReplyDelete
I was also tempted by the Temecula 2016 project but have resisted ... so far ... love, love, love your 9-11 Quilt ... not a big fan of curved piecing either but you are doing a FABULOUS job! Well done you!!ReplyDelete
I'm in also. Can't resist repro projects. Love that 9-11 quilt; you'll be a curve expert when done.ReplyDelete
Looks like fun! I made the RR crossing blocks with PP and curves- it took me a long time.ReplyDelete
Oh my, on all accounts! I thought about Temecula's 2016 as well, but luckily reality stopped me. I love your little blocks. As for the 9-11 quilt - whoa, can't even imagine all those little pieces, let alone curves. Have fun!ReplyDelete
Tempted, yes. Resisting, so far. But the blocks sure are cute, aren't they? : )ReplyDelete
I am blown away by your 9-11. My goodness, woman, for someone who doesn't get along with curved piecing, you made a brave choice. Looks like you took a conflict resolution course, because your blocks look great!! What a stellar quilt this will be!
9 patches are cute...but keep at that 9-11. You'll get there, before you know it you will be done. The curves get easier as you do them. Like I said...STICK WITH IT. Love yaReplyDelete
Hey Randy those curved units look super! I think it is a ptoject that deserves your perseverance! cheers!ReplyDelete
I am a big fan of 9Patch Block so it is very, VERY hard to say no to Temecula Circa 2016. Seeing your beautiful blocks makes it harder to resist. Awwhh! Enjoy it for me too please lol.ReplyDelete
The 9-11 quilt is so amazing. Your "haven't gotten very far" progress is awesome. Hang in there, you'll never regret it. ;^)
I had forgotten the 9-11 quilt. I remember buying the pattern at the Hampton, VA quilt show. I better dig that one out and look at it again. You know my list is so long, I'll never live long enough to make everything! Yours looks great!ReplyDelete
You made me look! Darn enablers out there in Blogland get me all the time. No worries, a few less CW scraps at my house would be a good thing. Don't tell my friend Janet O...ReplyDelete
I fell for those cute Temecula 9-patches too. Couldn't stop at just 12, and have made at least twice that many already. Too cute! Your 9-11 quilt will be amazing.ReplyDelete
Looks to me like you are just doing fine with curved piecing! Those are beautiful and challenging blocks - they will be worth the effort for sure. I'm so tempted to start on that Temecula quilt - it looks like something I am going to love!ReplyDelete