Wait. Done? No. How? (Did I miss a week or three in there speedy-mc-quilter?) They look fantastic! I can't wait to see your layout. And good luck with the dentist tomorrow...
Pinning them up on the living room curtains???? Why didn't I think of that!!!???!! I mean, really, they are only wally world curtains, and already have cat claw marks in them;)Looks great;)Happy Quilting!!
Wow Karen - I'm really looking forward to the end result. A is going to love it. Good luck tomorrow - had major drugs when got mine out, definitely the way foward!
The curtain idea is good! I just lay mine out on the family room floor and walk around looking at them from different angles. But that involves crawling around on the floor, up on the curtains would work much better. Love the colors in the blocks, I can't wait to see what comes next.Hope everything goes well with the wisdom teeth. I should have had mine out when I was much younger. It I have to have it done someday, it won't be fun at my age now. Hope your recovery is an easy one.
Curtains? Pure genius! Why didn't I think of that, LOL. Love the colors.Liri
Looking good! Can't wait to see the combination you come up with.Good luck with the teeth!
It's going to be an interesting quilt. Hope you will have it together soon. ---"Love"
Be brave about your wisdom teeth. Your blocks look fantastic! I can't wait to see your layout. I bet this has been fun. Ann :-)
These are stunning!! I can't wait to see it all come together!! Good luck with the wisdom teeth. By now, I'm sure you're in recovery. :)
What a fun group of blocks! I can't wait to see them all put together.