It was a great weekend here with lots of fun, sewing, and visits with friends. I'm so happy to be feeling restored to full health and able to be busy again. I have lots to post about this week, but today is the link up for the Quiltville mystery "On Ringo Lake", so I'll share that first.
I'm loving these Ringo blocks and still have about a dozen to finish up. Isn't this a fun arrangement of 4 blocks on the ironing board?!?
I was hoping to have my quilt top together by now, but that didn't happen.
I decided to use the sashing blocks for the border instead, so that took extra time. And without the sashings, the blocks take a lot longer to sew together because there is so much seam matching to do.
This is only a portion of the blocks on the design wall, and I've started to sew the blocks together in sets of four.
I'm trying to decide whether to use the border on the top and right side, OR the left and bottom. Do you have a preference? I haven't figured out the corner blocks yet.
In case you missed seeing my friend Sandy's finished quilt top that I posted last week, here it is again. This is the proper layout of the pattern, which has the blocks on point, the sashings and the setting triangles on the edges.
To see more Ringo Lake projects, hop over to the Quiltville link up. And to see more design wall postings, hop over to Small Quilts.