These are scrappy blocks. Even the batting is scrappy. I didn't want to cut into a whole new package of batting for just three blocks, so I looked into what I had left over from this project and others. I found enough pieces to make three more ten inch square blocks, though I did have to do some sewing to get to that ten inches.
|The batting, zig-zag stitch to hold two pieces together to make a ten by ten inch block.|
|All the left over scraps I had from making the first twelve blocks.|
|Lots of gray in this one, should pop out on the finished quilt.|
The finished blocks.
|Grid lines. I did draw the lines on this one just so I could make sure I went from corner to corner. I love the way this feels now and can't wait until I wash it and feel how cuddly it will be.|
|The back. I love the diamond effect.|
|Wavy Lines. No drawing on this one. I started in the corners, then decided to just go up and down in the middle. My husband had the same reaction as I did, saying it looked like the ocean waves.|
|The back, this is turned from the front so the wavy lines in the middle are looking horizontal.|
|Stippling back. Looking forward to washing this one too, it looks so cuddly.|
|That is it. Thirteen blocks. Pieced. Quilted. Ready to assemble. Just noticed, this is a good shot for Meijer. LOL|