OBW (one block wonder)

By: Jill Finger

Jan 10 2015

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.12mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/16 sec
Camera:iPhone 5

obw

In keeping with my desire to finish up half done projects (UFO-unfinished objects or PHD–projects half done) I’ve been working on my One Block Wonder blocks.  Each block consists of six identical triangles so there’s three different ways to arrange each block.  The sewing together part is easy, deciding how each block looks best is time consuming, but lots of fun.  I have only 12 more blocks to sew, then I can start laying them out.  Today, I’m buying a flannel backed tablecloth and asking Jonathan to help me attach it to some type of lightweight board to make a design wall.  That way, I can arrange and re-arrange the blocks until I’m happy with the lay-out.  If I tried to do it on the floor, the cats would think I put the blocks down just for them to roll and play on, leading to endless frustration on my part–and that’s not a good thing.

One comment on “OBW (one block wonder)”

  1. It will be very interesting to see when you finish it! It’s nice to see work in progress also!

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