Tuesday, August 11, 2020

to do: cut more

I have had a little fun with Bonnie Hunter's new leader / ender challenge. Easy Breezy is much easier than shoofly. With shoofly, I felt I had to practically make the block, before I could go back to my regular project. I went through my 2 inch strips, and, I collected a small batch of 4 matching squares. I didn't have as many as I had hoped. I will need to cut more from strips. But, I did get to play with a few blocks.



I am still chasing down the last of the shoofly blocks to finish making the pieces I have had cut. I think I have a dozen more to go.
Here is my start for my easy peasy block. And here is the link to the free pattern.

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5 comments:

  1. And, another one bites the dust to start on Easy Breezy! It is such a fun little block. I started mine soon after she announced it. In my defense I haven't made one of Bonnie's yearly challenges in years. I have a bunch of UFOs -- some of which are being worked on regularly. Of course, then I have tops to finish.... sigh.

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  2. Hi Maggie! I just visited Gretchen who shared her blocks like these. You two are in cahoots in tempting me to start this project. I am trying to be strong, but I can feel the temptation starting to take hold. Thanks for linking up today. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  3. I think these are fun blocks, too! They probably appealed to me because they are only squares and rectangles. Love the fun colors in yours!

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  4. Loving your bright cheery, Easy Breezy blocks!

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  5. Love your blocks. I agree, so much easier than the shoofly blocks. And if they're made from 2" strips, half the prep work is already done. Happy stitching!

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