Monday, February 27, 2012


Here is the second set of 6 blocks for my latest kaleidoscope quilt.
I have all the triangles cut to make the edged squares that fit between each block, and I also have the triangles and strips cut to make the first border.  I will be able to sew some when I can sneak a bit of free time over the next 10 days with company.
 Although the pattern called for the seams to be pressed open, I decided to press them all in the same direction, so they would spiral around the block.  I was able to open the centre to reduce the bulk.
 Check out all the creativity this week at Judy's blog.


  1. WOW! Incredible! I love these. I would like to see the original fabrics and before they lay out in the kaleidoscope. I have such a hard time imagining how fabrics will look in such a block.


  2. These blocks are really something. This technique makes them look so intricate. Well done.

  3. This is one block I have never made. Yours are gorgeous. Like the first is always hard for me to picture (even using mirrors) how the fabric will look in these blocks.



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