My leader-ender project is growing by one more block this week . This is block #10 for my Clarissa was a Superstar quilt.
I really enjoy playing with value in each of these blocks, trying to make each one just a little different from the others.
Each block is made of 36 hourglass units containing 144 triangles. This is the 10th block, so the project how contains a grand total of 1,440 triangles!
Here are 9 of the blocks on the design wall... the photo just didn't look right with all 10 of them up there!
To see more design wall postings, hop over to Patchwork Times.
That is a lot of little hour glass blocks. Do you make them oversized and then cut them down? They look perfect in your blocks
Wow! That is a lot of work!
Your fabric choices are beautiful. This is going to be such a soothing quilt... so elegant.
WOW that is a lot of HST. Clarissa is gorgeous!!
These blocks are lovely ad I love all of the different fabrics that you've used in these blocks!
Ooh la la!
whoa - that is a lot of triangles - beautiful blocks
It's looking great. I've never been a leader/ender person, but some of you are turning out the cutest quilts with your leaders and enders. Maybe I'll have to start.
Lots of triangle fun there. It looks beachy to me.
It is amazing what value placement does for a block! Lookin' great!
Wow--fun!! Can't recall, do you plan on sashing them? By the spaces you have between them on the design wall I thought that might be your intention, but maybe not.
Nice quilt - The colors are interesting.
wow, ambitious do like the value thing
What a wonderful quilt!
Your blocks all look so good. It is going to be an amazing quilt. Hugs,
what a neat color combination. That is a lot piecing!!
Good golly Miss Molly, that's a LOT of triangles! This is a very soft and pretty look -- can't wait to see it all together! How many more blocks will you do?
Clarissa is sooooo gorgeous!
I just LOVE this project of yours. Every block is gorgeous!
It's been such fun to see these blocks come together. I really love the colors you are using.
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