Sunday, September 6, 2009

Sacrilege?

I have (finally?) put my rotary cutter to my oldest jelly roll - Canoe Country by Holly Taylor.



Honestly, it kind of felt like sacrilege! This JR has been part of my stash for such a long time, and I have thought long and hard about what I want to do with it, and not come up with a good answer... So an evening last week I figured why not make some Sister's Choice blocks - I have been looking at this quilt on Quiltville for a long time, loving it! This is how far I have gotten:



They are coming together smoothly, and it looks kind of cute so far :o)

Hope you have had a wonderful weekend!
Hugs and stitches from
Anne Ida

8 comments:

paulette said...

Your blocks are gorgeous!! Aren't you glad that you finally cut into that jelly roll! YUM!
Paulette

LeKaQuilt said...

Det blir berre lekkert ! Morsom blokk :o)) Blir spennende å se hvordan dette blir til slutt !

Lappetausa said...

Sister's Choice er ei fin blokk, ja, skjønar kjensla av å stikke kniven i noko ein har hatt liggande så lenge. Gledar meg til å sjå det endelege resultatet, og til å sjå kor langt du kjem med ein slik roll. Eg har aldri hatt slike...Hugsar du vann ein på Voksen kirke, har du laga noko av den?

Guðrún said...

The blocks are beautiful. What size will the quilt be?

Suzie said...

That was the right choice, the blocks are looking so good! And you always sew so fast!

Butterfly said...

Åh, blokkene er bare sååååå nydelige!!!

Jeg er fullstendig quilte-lost for tiden - det skjer ingenting. Godt å se at noen får det til :o)

kjempebra jobba :o)

mange klemmer!

*karendianne. said...

Fantastic! blocks. I love them. Yummy. I love that quilt, too. So happy you're making it with these colors. Oh this is going to be FUN!

Rose said...

Oh these are looking great hun!!! Love the fabrics and "sniff sniff" you finally cut into that Jelly Roll lol. Defintely worth it, they look lovely!!
Big hugs xxx