I have to admit something to you - it's my quilty little secret... I love making quilt blocks. With all the inspiration out there in blogland, and the rainbow of scraps and stash in my sewing room, I get to this time of the year, and I have made piles of blocks! The problem is that I stall out on turning these into quilts...
- Chandelier blocks: there are only 18 of these. I'm putting them in a project box and will continue making more in 2022.
- Easy Breezy blocks: there are 25 of these. I like the chain they make here, but I tried the Tula Pink fabric as an alternate block, and it's too busy! These were fun to make as leaders and enders, but the truth is I've kind of lost interest in them.
- Crumb Hearts: I love these and I think I'm ready to work on something with them. This week I put them on the design wall and added squares of the Fairy Dust in between. I'm saying this one's a "Yes!"
- The last set of blocks are these wonky stars. I started making them as an alternate block to go in between something - the Easy Breezies? the Crumb Hearts? Anyway, there are 12 of them. I think I'm just going to turn them into a mini quilt - something quick and simple.