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Sunday, February 21, 2010

2nd extra POTC..#78 and the LAST ONE!!!

1st Extra POTC #78
In both these blocks - the central hexagons are all cut the same , but placed differently...amazing how different they looked.
I have used these blocks to replace some of my earlier ones, which I didnt really like.
I am now relieved to say that these are really the last ones.
I have enjoyed making all of them, and am amazed at how fast they really go together.
Now to tackel the whole quilt.


Elly D said...

Oh Joan! WELL DONE!! Your last blocks are as fabulous as your first ones :-D I love how you can get different looks from the same pieces.
I also think your Farmer's block looks fabulous to. Oh MY!!
I would love to relieve you of some of your heat ;) Been freezing here past couple days.
Take care, hugs Elly

Bolsa Nova said...


Your blocks are gorgeous and refined.
Great fabric choices. Congrats on such a good taste.

Joan said...

Ligia, Thankyou for your comments. I hope this thank you gets back as I had no email address to send to you...

Crispy said...

Another stunner Joan, I would love to poke around in your fabric stash LOL.


Jillian said...

Joan I must admit that I'm (selfishly) kinda sad that you've finished making your POTC blocks! I've been looking forward to seeing what fabric combination you'd come up with for the next one these many months. This is going to be one stunning quilt.

https://www.morgan.hess.morgansquiltingandcuttingblog.com/search?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.morgan.hess.morgansquiltingandcuttingblog.com said...

Joan, Your blocks are just so beautiful! So you are done with that part now....how grand! I have been away still due to my hubby. I shall be returning very soon as he is getting better. I did start a block for last week...yet so difficult when he keeps asking me how long is that going to take.... LOL I jut gave up and will be back around the 3rd of March. They now think he has problems with his prostrate as well. Anyway...life moves on! Hugs and what great work you do !!!!!!!!!!Hugs Morgan

Julia said...

Love your blocks Joan..I have done the grandma's garden hexies, but I really would love to do these like your doing..It will be a great project to take to sewing days out..
Julia also in Perth W. A....♥

Jenny said...

What lovely blocks Joan, I do love your work as it's so different from most that I've looked at!

Unknown said...

Wow, you do Inklingo too! I follow a couple of blogs that do Inklingo and find it just fascinating. Just wonderful blocks. You do fabulous work. I will be back!

Brenda said...

Are these your own designs or are they from a book? They are just beautiful. I love these blocks.