Friday, March 2, 2012

Whooping it up on Friday!!

Well not really, but thought if I said that what I have might seem a bit more impressive. :)  I have a block.  Yep that's it a block.  Pieceful Kwilter is having a 30's repro block swap.  Which sound really nice to me as I have absolutely NO 30s repro.  So I went got some fabric and made the first block.  Now I'm wondering if these are really 30's repo enough?  Then I thought, heck I don't even know what 30's repro fabric really is.  I know when I see quilts made out of them I really like them. But not sure that I like the individual fabrics enough to purchase any - go figure.  So here's what I have 1 block of 30 needed.  Is it good enough for a 30's repro swap? Also note this is my first ever block swap and I'm a tiny bit nervous.  Stop by Sarah's and see what other are whooping about.  

7 comments:

  1. It looks like 30s to me, but then I wouldn't really know....grin. That's a great block Sue!

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  2. Great block, love the fabrics you chose and I think it looks plenty 30's.

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  3. straight from the horses mouth :)

    PERFECT!

    now make the other 29 and get them in the mail :)

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  4. Definitely 30's and what a great way to get a bunch of 30's blocks without the huge stash commitment!

    I hadn't heard about this one but it sounds real tempting. I don't generally stash them in yardage lengths, so after reading Shannon's swap directions, I'm going to have to see if I've got enough on hand to participate. Although I guess it wouldn't be a bad thing to have to do a little stash enhancement either, eh?

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  5. I like that block it is quite cool. Added it to the list of to do blocks that look fun.

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  6. I'm not expert, but it looks '30s to me! Nice block:)

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  7. It looks 30's to me, too - and some weeks, one block is a HUGE whoop whoop!!! Hope you get as much sewing done as you want this week, though!!

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