|(not sew yet, just fused down)|
Yesterday I cleaned off my design wall. I had this patchwork at the top of it since September. I had to do something with it. I didn't want to just take the squares down and let them sit until who knows when. I remembered something I had seen on Elizabeth Hartman's blog years ago about using fusible interfacing for postage stamp blocks (I think it was postage stamp blocks). I'm pretty sure I used the method for this little doll quilt and then tucked it away in my mind and forgot about it. I remembered it the other day when I was thinking about making piles of these squares and chain piecing them which I really don't have time for right now. I decided to use the method for these 3" blocks. I figured even if I didn't get to sew them right away at least they would be altogether and ready when I could sew them. I think that you are supposed to use interfacing that has a grid or mark a grid but I did not do that.
Briar Rose. I want this one to be near queen size. I am going to sew 2 panels together and then quilt each section as I go. My basting area is so small and I think quilting as I go and then joining the sections will work great. At least I hope it does :)
Hope you are having a great week!
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