Wednesday, 13 November 2013

9 more blocks

Time once again to add 6 more Tula blocks,   we are now three quarters of the way through,   well I have finished all 100 but adding them as I add them to the web site.   Oh dear just checked and it appears I have not added any for 3 weeks so have 9 to share with you today.  They are 67 to 75



blocks 67 to 70 still in the stripes design

block 67




block 68  I have really come to love the batik fabrics,  I bought a jelly roll a few years ago before I was quilting,  have now used it all so must replenish my stocks with more batik,   will have to wait till a quilt show then plan to but some half metre lengths!!


block 69


block 70  oh dear  can see a bit of a blunder on this one!


we are now in a section of blocks made using squares.  block 71, one of my favourites.


block 72


block 73


block 74    I love the patterned fabric here but have been unable to track it down,  have taken it to quilt shows and drawn a blank,  if I could find some I would buy 2 metres,  any one seen it anywhere please?


block 75 this is very plain but I find it quite pleasing.

that is all for today,  thank you all for all your encouragement, advice and comments how I love the blogging world!!

21 comments:

Jane Galley said...

There's never a mistake, they're personalisations! A lovely collection of blocks

Nana said...

I love them all, they are so colourful and bright, just very pretty.

Nana

Sandi said...

A lovely variety of blocks!

Grit said...

Wonderful blocks all of them.

Susan Hook said...

Such a variety of colours and combinations, they are all lovely!

Mosaic Magpie said...

I really like block 75....it looks warm and cozy to me. This quilt is going to look so interesting when you have it complete.
Deb

Queeniepatch said...

The sheer number proves how busy you have been. I like the last block best, but they are all great and unusual. Sorry I do not recognise the print you are looking for.

Annet said...

Great blocks again! I can see why you fell in love with the flower fabric. Sorry, but I don't recognize it.

donna said...

Your blocks look great.
Hugs
donna

Gaia said...

You have done another set of lovely blocks. I do like the first one a lot.

Jillian said...

Some great blocks here. I also like the batiks. I think all the square blocks are interesting and appealing.

shirley said...

I am just loving watching your blocks evolve. I love the batik fabrics too. I am looking forward to seeing what you make with them, or will you keep them as samples.

Séverine said...

your blocks are wonderful!!!

Wendy said...

They're looking good! have you decided on a layout?

JennyPennyPoppy said...

So many different patterns and designs. They all look great Margaret. Think I like block 74 the most but 71 is a close second. You certainly have been busy!

desertskyquilts said...

That's a very interesting collection of blocks. You've been making a lot of progress with these.

Kippy SoMature said...

Margaret - you are a beloved inspiration to me :) excellent progress, and superior dedication! inspires me to get a move on and finish up the CQ challenge, and at least a blog post :D

motidana said...

A lovely collection of blocks you`ve made Margaret. Each one so different from the other and each one with it`s own beauty !

Vicki Miller said...

I love your blocks, 68 and 70 are standouts for me, but they are all lovely. Can't wait to see them all together

Jen said...

HI! Margaret you are getting the blocks nearly finished .They are all so lovely all of them and I also like 71 and 75 as my favourites. The batik fabrics always look great.

Ivory Spring said...

I admire your work!! And your hardanger pieces are just spectacular. I don't know how to do handanger, but it's on my list of to-do before I depart this world. :)

Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your kind words on my Lynette Anderson quilt.