Sunday, September 29, 2019

Another completed top joined the pile too.  The Country Cousin blocks have been around a long time, I was using them as leader-enders for ages, until I got sick of the working with the same prints and colours for so long.

All along I meant to set the blocks together like this;


I even drew it up as an EQ8 project.
I have no idea why I then proceeded to sew it up in an entirely different orientation.  Maybe it was during one of those 2am sessions where I wasn't really paying attention.
Anyway, I only realised what I'd done when half the blocks had been sewn together.  I could have unpulled it, or made more blocks, but I didn't have the heart to do that much extra work, when I liked this way as well.

Sometimes I just wonder what is going through my head as I sew?  Not much, apparently.

6 comments:

Nana 5:21 PM  

Don't think the other way could be prettier.....This is lovely.

Suzanne 7:11 PM  

I love the final result! I understand the pull of grand children but am always happy when I get to read a new blog post from you and Merith! Suzanne

Mary Johnson 12:21 AM  

I like this layout better than your original plan! It’s gorgeous!

Jayne 12:39 AM  
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Jayne 12:40 AM  

I'm with Mary, like your sewn layout much, much better than the plan you had.

Karen in Breezy Point 8:13 AM  

Haha--I sometimes wonder what is going on in my head, as well! It does get a little worrying! No matter how you set the blocks you ended up with a lovely quilt.

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