I am very goal oriented. Today is December 23rd and is One Block Wonder Day for me. Tomorrow I bake!
I used Plume for my example in my post “Using Panels in a One Block Wonder”. I also used it this fall in several OBW workshops. I wanted to get it finished so it wouldn’t get too beat up.
I also cut out two more OBW projects.
I’m going to use this panel in workshops to show how I integrate the blocks and the panel. It measures about 13″ x 20″ and will be much easier to work with in class than Plume. It is called Dreamscapes by Ira Kennedy for Northcott. I actually bought 14 panels, 7 panels for the class example and another 7 panels so I can finish one for me.
I also cut 6 of these spectacular panels that measure 34″ by 40″. I got 8 strips from these panels which yielded about 144 blocks. This is called Abraham Hunter for Elizabeth’s Studio’s.
Not a bad days work finishing Plume and cutting out two more OBW’s.
Of course I was supervised by Tucker, as always! Happy Holidays everyone!
Is that fabric still available? Plume??? Gorgeous!
I got it at EQuilter.com
Yes, they still have it. Just search foe “Plume”
What a wonderful idea – panel mixed with OBWs. And that one is exquisite! That should be entered in a show/contest.
I’ve got a panel that I wasn’t sure what to do with. This gives me some ideas. Thanks.
Happy Holidays to you and sweet little Tucker.
Thank you Amy. When using panels for a OBW you will need 7 panels. One for the top and 6 for the blocks.
Merry Christmas to you and yours! with bundles of love!
Thank you 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕
Very pretty. I wish I was as fast a cutter and assembler as you. You do beautiful work. Tucker supervisions is probably the reason you accomplish so much.
Thanks Patricia, I’m sure Tucker is a positive influence! Lol