Thursday, June 13, 2019

scrappy black and white top done and RSC blue blocks done

Remember I've been working on this scrappy Black and white version of Bonnie's Hunter's quilt
I flipped the colors and the teal is black instead plus my white is any white print because I had so many of those scraps!

I chose to "just" do a 4x5 block layout plus the sashing which uses the 2" triangle in a square die
 well TADA! here it is!!
It's still pretty big!!
It measures  58" x 72" and that's without borders, now Bonnie had the small stars continue into the border, I have to decide if I want to do that or just add a plain black border.... for now it's in a bin as I'm tired of looking at it.
this is one of the blocks close up, just FUNKY!

While I was working on the monster above which was a leader and ender until it got too big and I turned it into my main project for the day, I also made some blue RSC blocks
the first two blocks are also from Bonnie's book and the last one is a spider web block where I used the spider web die from Accuquilt but flipped the way the block goes together.

 Here's the PLUS blocks together so far

And these angled blocks- don't know the name

and the spider web blocks!
some fun blocks and I still have a pineapple block to finish, but that always takes longer.
I have other projects going on, so the pineapple block is my leader and ender block for now, though I kind of need a 2nd one kind of.....Not that I need another project! or do I????


Linda said...

What's the name of the Bonnie Hunter pattern?
Really nice! I love how you use the Accuquilt for pre-designed patterns. I'm struggling to make the translation. I know it's there, it just doesn't come naturally yet.

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B. Lee said...

Oh my gosh!! Beautiful! Seriously, where do you find the time?!?! Love it

The Joyful Quilter said...

Spectacular projects, one and all!!!

Susie H said...

Oh yes, you DO need another project! Lol! Obviously misery loves company!

Great blocks and I love your B&W Bonnie Hunter quilt. Her quilts are so beautiful in their scrappiness!