I have done them a few ways and finally went with the strip method, it takes less time and I can make multiples. At first it was taking me hours to complete just one, I decided I was being very picky with my blocks. Since they wont be staying with me but going to fellow quilters I want them to be perfect. I wouldn't want to get a block that I wouldn't put on a quilt and I don't want anyone to get a bad block from me.
I cant wait to see what everyone makes, I know one person used salvages and another hand dyed all her fabrics~ so fun. I am still deciding what I will be doing with all the blocks after we trade, it will come to me it always does.
Linking up today with WIP with Freshly Pieced, and Lets Bee Social at Sew Fresh Quilts check out some of the linked blogs. I find new ones each week to follow, you will too.
Today is also Sewing Wilde's blog-a-versary, one year ago today was my first blog post. To this date it's still the blog post with the most views, the story of my sewing beginning.
time to sew,