Monday, August 6, 2018

Quilt Blocks, Knitting and Sewing

This past week I caught up on some quilt along blocks.


This first on is the Antebellum Album block from the Civil War Quilts Blog - a 12" block.


This one is the Moda Blockhead block #7 (I decided I didn't want to make blocks 8 and 9) - this is a 6" block.


These ones are the 1880 Sampler Sew Along blocks from the Temecula Quilt Company for the past few weeks - 4"blocks (one is a smaller version of the Moda Blockhead block).


For knitting I finished this tiny bag - the Weightless Produce Bag (a free pattern from Simply Notable).


It was designed to reduce the use of single use plastic bags. I used #10 crochet cotton and it weighs just 9 grams. It was a quick knit, and amazing how much it stretches.


I also made a couple more Blackwood Cardigans (I have made 4 so far). This is such a simple pattern, that is so well drafted. The grey one is the second one I made with a slinky rayon (the first one went to my Mother), and the cream one is made from very stretchy 100% cotton (actually from a fitted sheet, when 't-shirt sheets' were popular, but I didn't like it - I was cleaning out the linen closet and was going to get rid of it, it is perfect for a light weight cardigan).

All the best!♥︎

2 comments:

Sally Hurley said...

I like that bag. Really neat!

Joanne said...

I have been thinking about making that produce bag! People named Joanne must think alike?!