Put your foot down #43

What’s under my foot

Monday I shared the first half of my Island Batik March Challenge (see post here) and I am adding a small 2 color quilt to the finish.  9 more blocks cut out using the 10″ finished Chimney Sweep BOB die from AccuQuilt.

In Monday’s post I shared it took roughly 7 hours to cut and pieced the blocks and sashing. This time I didn’t keep track of my time but I know it was less than 7 hours. Before it would have taken me 7 hours just to cut the fabric for these blocks.

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Stack of blocks, no squaring up needed. The green is the last little bit of fabric left from the Island Batik Quiet Shades Collections I received. This is one collection I wish I had bolts of.   see disclosure  The background is IB Moo Milk, one of their neutral foundations. See the green swirls?

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Your shares from #42

Daughter’s of Dorinda shared these adorable blocks.

I love the creativity in this piece by Fred from Quilting Patchwork Applique.

What’s under your foot?

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  1. You do a wonderful job with using batiks. And the Accuquilt sure makes the cutting process a breeze.

  2. Hi Denise! I love your block using the IB fabrics. They look gorgeous and I can’t wait to see the whole finished piece together. It’ll be spectacular. ~smile~ Roseanne

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