Thursday, July 26, 2012

All in a day's work . . . .

So I set a goal of making all the required Hubble/Hubbel half square triangles in one day.


The pattern calls for making the units big and squaring them up, my preferred method!

Here they are, all 112 of them!



I got them all done in no time flat, an easy and fun day in my sewing room.

Just in case you've forgotten, I'm making Hubble/Hubbel for my July Schnibbles Sew Along project.


This pattern uses charms squares to make this 70" x 70"star, amazing!  Don't have the pattern yet, it's available here.


Speaking of Sew Alongs, Annette at Sunshine Yellow finished her Spools flimsy in a day!  




I just love her red and yellow fabric combination.  Read all about it here.


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5 comments:

  1. WHEW! That's a huge accomplishment in a day!

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  2. I can't believe you made them all in 1 day!! That's so much trimming, which is hard on the wrists!

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  3. Wow, Thelma, in one day?! You write so lovely about this project, and you take such beautiful photo's. I wish I could join you. :-) (I need to help my mother move house first.)

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  4. Love that Hubble pattern and can't wait to see yours!! :)
    joe

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  5. Wow, all those HST in a day!! And then the yellow and red Spools by Annette in one day!! WE sure do have some talented and efficient quilters in our blog neighborhood.

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