Friday, April 27, 2012



I feel like I’ve been moving in slow motion this week, but at last I have a little progress to share.  Here is Jane Stickle triangle, BR 13, Argyle.  This one required my undivided attention and I had to keep putting it down and coming back to it.  Doreen’s tip to cut the outside edges of the units slightly larger than required so there was “wiggle room” to trim it up was a life saver.  Here is a link to her tutorial.



Country Hearts is also complete.  The pattern showed it embellished with a button in the center of every star, and I felt like it needed this touch.  I hate sewing buttons!  This little gem has 16 of them.  I am ever so happy it is bound, labeled and done!


5 comments:

Diane said...

Country hearts is adorable-the buttons do add just the right touch.
I am amazed at these Jane blocks that you, just amazed.

Hilachas said...

I just love Aunt Reen's tutorial for DJ. She makes it so much easier than the way I had been doing it (the best I could, haha.) Your blocks are all looking beautiful

Debbie said...

the hearts are so cute and the buttons set them off. great job on the triangle...they are tough to do.

Impera_Magna said...

Congratulations on finishing your hearts quilt... looks great! As does your DJ triangle... gorgeous!

AnnieO said...

Nice job on your DJ block! I like the batiks you're using. Also the buttons do add a lot to your sweet country hearts. Finishes are good for the soul, right?