Sunday, August 18, 2013

I woke up very early this morning, and couldn't go back to sleep so I got up at 5.30 and started sewing.  I added an extra round of logs to all these blocks, and decided that I definitely like them better this way.  Now I'll make enough of them for a single bed size quilt.


While I sewed I watched an episode of Dalziel and Pascoe, an 80s British police drama.  This little boy was very familiar; I was sure I recognised him, and when I checked the credits I was right. 
Check out the pictures at the bottom of the post to see who he grew up to be.

I might have gone a bit beserk on the 1.25" strips.  I will need a lot more, and I like a bit of variety, and it's just so easy to weed all the pieces out of the scrap drawers and send them through the Go Cutter. 
I may be gifting some of these to Mereth if I can't use them all up myself.
And of course, there are all the leftovers to deal with......
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 The little boy was Matthew Lewis, and he played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter movies.
And then he grew up some more and now he looks like this;
amazing.




2 comments:

Gypsy Quilter 11:20 AM  

Love the log cabin layout. Looking forward to seeing it all together.

Rachel Estes 8:33 PM  

Hi! I love these wild goose chase blocks! Any way I can get this pattern?

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