It’s over! Yesterday we posted the last block — #100 — and now everyone is finishing their quilt tops or showing pictures of their completed quilts. It’s wonderful to see how many variations of quilts are being created from the same set of blocks. But I’m getting ahead of myself — first, here are the two final blocks for my quilt:
I put all the blocks up on my beautiful new design wall so I could see them together. This is almost, but not quite, the final layout. One of my friends says he rotated one of the blocks when I wasn’t looking, and I haven’t been able to find it so I guess it’ll go into the quilt that way 😉
So far, I’ve pieced half of the center of the quilt (a 10×10 grid of all the blocks, separated by grey sashing fabric) and today I’m hoping to make progress on the second half. I made a slight math error (well, not so much a math error — my math was correct — as just forgetting to add a second column of numbers to the first. I added correctly, insofar as I added at all) when I originally ordered the grey fabric for the sashing and I got a yard less than I needed, so the rest of that is due in on Wednesday and I can’t finish the top before then. I’ll get as much as I can done, though.
I’m off to add two more rows to the top!
These blocks are from Tula Pink’s City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks and they were created for the #100days100blocks2018 sew-along hosted by Gnome Angel.