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Feb 25, 2011

Happy Surprise

Look at what I found while searching for spools of thread! 
The first is a variation of Jacob's Ladder that a group of us made at a retreat to trade. It was fun but intense.  I'm thinking of making a table topper out of these four.
Next, there this Stack and.....I forget exactly which method I used.  But I do remember that I had to buy a fabric whose design repeated about every 8 to 12 inches.  I've got lots of these so I'll sew them together for a small throw.  I think I need to go looking for thread more often.


Kristie said...

Oh, I love those Jacob's Ladder blocks! I don't think I have ever saw it that way! Very beautiful!

Have a great day!

Pat said...

I bought a Stack and Whack book and can't figure it out. Your blocks look nice for yours, though. I think I even got hung up on choosing a fabric, so I gave up.

Gene Black said...

both of those are very nice!

Teaquilts said...

Great finds! I love stack n whack quilts and of course the string blocks are my favorite. Keep searching for thread...

Heidi said...

You certainly do need to look for thread more often! LOL! I love your treasures, and hope you make some thing wonderful with them! I haven't tried the stack and whack system yet, but one day....


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