The blocks T-Z and the rest - method needleturn

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These are my own blocks:

Unbelievable. The castle of Marburg was the very last block! 196 blocks since April 2017, today is the 3rd of November 2018.


And every single block was made on the road - or in my case, on the rails: during a train ride, in Berlin, Marburg, Hamburg or at hotel La Santa at Lanzarote.


What's next?
I have to put these thingies together - but how? Pressing to the dark side? Or because each block consists of two layers of fabric seams open?
And how to quilt that quilt?


I put this last block to his companions in the box on top of my closet. I have to finish several quilts until christmas. I will continue when they are done!




Dutch Treat - what's that?

an update concerning needleturn

Tutorial for prepared edge

18 blocks A-G                   method prepared edge

7 blocks A-G                     method Heat'n Bond Lite

the rest of the blocks A-G method needleturn

The blocks H-N                method needleturn

The blocks O-S                 method needleturn

The finished quilt



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I link these blocks with Kathy at Slow stitching Sunday.

Comments (5)

  • Irene
    at 20.12.2019
  • CathieJ
    at 20.12.2019
    These are so pretty. I look forward to seeing them all together.
  • Gretchen Weaver
    Gretchen Weaver
    at 20.12.2019
    These are such beautiful blocks. I'm looking forward to seeing how you put the quilt together and then how you quilt it!
  • Sarah
    at 20.12.2019
    Wow I love your blocks! I will be interested to see where you go with them next.
  • Gail
    at 20.12.2019
    I love the windmill and the bicycle blocks! It’s hard to choose my favourites with so many wonderful blocks.

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