Thursday, November 19, 2015

Quilt Doodles

Hanging out at LAX practice and hiding in the car from the rain.  I brought my notebook though and sketched up this block as a possibility next year.  It is called Missouri Puzzle.  Though there are a lot of variations, this one works out well with 15 inch blocks.  One light and one dark block each month would make a nice quilt at the end of 10 months

10 comments:

Cathy said...

Me likey! I was just going through ideas for myself for RSC2016 and had 9-patches and rail fences and crumbs on my list. This block would take care of those three (and then some) and leave me some larger pieces for strings? Other? Now I just need to convince my grown son that the quilt he wants from me next year is a rainbow quilt, LOL...

Sara said...

Very interesting block and I really like the idea of one light and one dark.

Delighted Hands said...

Glad you could hide from the rain and make great quilt plans!

Karen said...

I see a beautiful quilt in the making. I love it. These blocks will be fun to make.

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Kate said...

Ooh, I like this one too! Except I'm so far behind on my RSC-ing that I'm not allowed to start a new one next year. Maybe this will give me the motivation to catch up!

Kathy's A Quilter said...

This looks like a great scrap-eater. It is amazing what scrap quilting can accomplish...this over a kit of matchy-matchy any day!!Love the block plan.

Pamela Arbour said...

Do you have any ideas for alternating blocks or would this just be a small quilt? I probably have enough fabric to make a large quilt out of every color! LOL

Jennie in GA said...

Nice!!

Kate said...

That does look like a fun block to play with.