Friday, June 27, 2014

Change of Plans

So after I made my Metro Scope block, and had it on my design wall for a day, I decided I wasn't in the mood for a Metro Scope quilt.   I like the block,  the construction was easy, but everyone else is doing circles, so I decided to try some circles too.




So I'm switching to Metro Lattice!  But I'm sticking with Persimmon by Basic Grey for Moda.


The first order of business, piecing and trimming120 half square triangles, my favorite pastime!


Enjoy your weekend, by Monday I maybe will have made another block and moved on to a third pattern!

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7 comments:

  1. That is a pretty pattern. Curves are frightening to me and after seeing Nicole's recent injury it appears curves can potentially pose a health hazard :)

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  2. I really like this pattern ! It is going to be gorgeous !

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  3. My fabric just arrived for my Metro Lattice and I can't wait to start cutting! It will be fun to see your version!!! :)

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  4. Ohh I like that too, but I am still previewing fabric choices for my Metro Rings. Getting close and with a rainy day - perfect weather for cutting and sewing.

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  5. I would like to play, too! Considering it took me several days to post this comment due to technical incompetence, picture should be an interesting challenge. I have 32 of 64 blocks done for the Metro Lattice quilt. Understandable directions, lots of trimming for each block. I did read that the seams in the center of the sashing melons do not match.....that bugs me.

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  6. This quilt is going to be great! I can't wait to see what it looks like with your fabrics. I'd love to make one too, but right now I have too many unfinished projects that I'm determined to finish. Have fun with it and enjoy your weekend :-)

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  7. another beautiful quilt pattern choice! have fun!
    Kathie

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