Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Autumn Easy Breezy Blocks

Seeing as how I'm caught up on the 3030 blocks, I pulled the box with the autumn easy breezy blocks and made more of them. There are 90 blocks shown in the picture, I'm not sure how many more I need.


I cut up several small pieces of yardage from mom's stash, they worked perfectly in these blocks.

Linking to To Do Tuesday, Midweek MakersClever Chameleon, Wednesday Wait LossNeedle & Thread Thursday

13 comments:

  1. I like that block, pretty in so many colorways and an easy block to make and use as a leader ender also

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  2. Oh I love the scrappy fabrics and the variety of the blocks! Can't wait to see how you use them in a quilt!

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  3. Hi Gretchen! Well, aren't these cute little blocks. All 90 of them! They are darn appealing to me as I am a huge fan of nine-patches and this is kind of like them. Can't wait to see where these lead you. Thanks for linking up this week. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. I need to take a hint from you! The diagonals don’t have to match-match, just be similar tone and hue! That will help!

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    1. These blocks are definitely scrappy. I'm just trying to keep the fabrics in the autumn range and decrease the 2" strips in the box.

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  5. Those are pretty in the fall colors! What size quilt do you want to make with them?

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    1. I want to make a couple quilts, maybe twin sized?

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  6. I've been meaning to say how lovely your 3030 blocks are, Gretchen. Also love these scrappy blocks...which always seem happy to me.

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  7. Those are some sweet autumn blocks Gretchen, an excellent idea for a stash buster. :)

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  8. These are cute, and such a great way to use up scraps! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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