That's what left of my second attempt at block number 12. It didn't go so well as you can see. Even the papers pieces are ruined.
I was looking forward to showing off a completed block of blocks this week but it's not to be for now.
I had to print the pattern on card stock and start over.
Try number three. I am going to work one piece at a time and from the center out. The problem is that nothing was lining up and when you got to the outer edges it was all wonky. Really wonky. If this doesn't work, I'm skipping it and moving on. There are two hundred and twenty five blocks in this quilt. No one will miss this one.
Wow! Two HUNDRED and twenty-five blocks? That’s amazing. The finished ones are stunning and I’m sure the third try will be the charm for this one.ReplyDelete
This looks so hard. And i though my 1/2" hexies are a challenge. Hope you conquer it. LianaReplyDelete
Sending good quilting vibes your way. . .ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh ... that DOES look complicated.ReplyDelete
That is a lot of quilt blocks. I wouldn't fuss with one unruly rebel. The rest of the blocks look really great !ReplyDelete
Good for you for try #2. It will work this time! You can do it! (and I like your back-up plan!)ReplyDelete
Oh boy....maybe I won't try quilting after all. That looks way to complicated. Actually they all look hard to me.ReplyDelete
That is going to be a great quilt. I get frustrated much more easily with sewing than knitting; thus, I haven't done much with the machine lately.ReplyDelete
The blocks you have finished are wonderful. Good thing I don't quilt...I can't wrap my brain around those!ReplyDelete
Those little squares are amazing.ReplyDelete
Sure hope you get this one to behave! Your finished blocks are fabulous. What a wonderful quilt you are going to have!ReplyDelete