Monday, November 5, 2018

Noah and Matilda update

My latest Noah and Matilda block. I cheated a bit on this one. I love this fabric with the little medallions so, once again, I let the fabric do all the work!

It’s hard to believe I have only 4 more to go! Seems like this quilt and I have been friends for a long, long time!

I'm linking up with Em's Scrapbag and Small Quilts and Doll Quilts today in an effort to catch up on what everyone has been up to. I haven't spent much time on the Internet this week and I get curious. Enjoy the "party"! 


13 comments:

  1. Great use of the fabric. It's not cheating...it's ingenuity. Hugs

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  2. Beautiful block and a lovely use of fabric. Your hand quilting is so admirable!

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  3. Wendy, do I need to lecture you again? It is not cheating--it is being smart and using your resources (including your fabric AND your time) in the best possible way.
    Okay, lecture over, wasn't that harsh? LOL
    Your fussy-cuts are very effective. It is a beautiful block!

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  4. I love it when quilters use fabrics in this creative way. I think it makes the appliques more interesting. It's beautiful and beautifully made, Wendy.

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  5. So sweet! Love those medallions! You're gonna be done in no time at all :)

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  6. Not cheating in my opinion, smart! It's fabulous fabric. Why not use it to it's opium potential!

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  7. I'm not sure why you'd think you cheated... and, honestly, the quilt police will NOT be stopping by.
    I LOVE your block, once again. Can't wait to see the whole project together! What's your next project for next year??
    ps: I've started on our little swap... just sayin'!

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  8. That's not cheating, that's being efficient! lol Lovely work as usual.:)

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  9. Love the look of the new block! Fussy-cutting is so much fun!

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  10. Beautiful Wendy! Love the fabric patterns and your design.

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  11. wonderful use of the fabric! I love taking advantage of prints that way too.

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  12. Another pretty block, and perfect use of fabric!

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  13. What a great idea! Cute block!!

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