I have finally made enough four patches for my Leader/Ender project. In fact, I made more than enough. I have 26 too many. But that’s ok, I’ll use them in another project eventually.
Now I’m on to snowballing two corners on some plain white squares. I need 160 of them, and then I can start assembling the blocks. I don’t imagine that will be any time soon, but that’s ok. I’m in no rush
Here’s where all my other quilt projects are at.:
- Blockhead quilt – Waiting for next block!
- Flannel adventures – Sewing super soft paws!
- L&E – As above.
9 thoughts on “From patches to snowballs”
My goodness you have a lot of projects going on. Those are pretty blocks I had never heard of snowballing corners before. Every hobby hs it’s own lingo!
More scrappy fun!!! I can’t wait to see it.
Never a dull moment in your craft room!
You can never have too many 4-patches!
Wait! You only have three quilting projects in the works! Those four patches and snowball blocks have so much potential. Looking forward to seeing it evolve.
Love a 4 patch. Simple and traditional
Always a good point to have enough blocks to begin a new quilt! Enjoy!
Thanks for the tip about Missouri Star. I could use some classes.
I’ll try to tug things into something resembling squares!
It’s satisfying to use scraps to create something beautiful and useful.