|Jingle Pieced Block No. 6 Completed|
So, as you can see, I used the same ivory and gold background for this block as I did on my 54-40 or Fight block. The block I didn't like is the one with all the flying geese that I have stuck off to the side by itself. Now I only have 4 blocks with that other large curlique cream and gold background print. I also used more of the strong emerald green fabric in this block, and I REALLY like how this latest block came out. It's one of my favorites!
|All 16 Jingle Blocks Completed -- Plus An Extra|
|Piecing with Bette, my 1935 Singer Featherweight 221|
|Bette the Beauty with her Sassy Red Cloth Power Cord|
|Reproduction Cloth Covered Cord from Snakehead Vintage|
Any more advice or suggestions for my Jingle blocks? Now that I have all of the individual blocks done, I'm going to refocus my energy on the large applique medallion that goes in the center of the quilt. I still have a lot of work to do there, but once the medallion is done I'm going to want to put it up on my design wall with the other blocks to work out the layout and explore options for borders and setting triangles. Unfortunately, my design wall is not wide enough to accommodate the whole quilt, so I'm scheming to move the shelving unit to the right and expand the design wall to a more practical size.
Meanwhile, timers are going off in the kitchen and it's dinner time for our family. Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!
Your blocks are simply stunning! This is going to be a truly gorgeous work of art when you are done! I love it.
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