The blocks are finished and sewn together. All it needs is borders!As I mentioned before, this pattern is called Kwik Krazy Quilt and comes from Two Kwik Quilters. I love the organized way they have set up the construction ... 12 blocks of fabric with a freezer paper pattern fused to the top square. All of the pieces are cut at one time and then shuffled for variety. Although 12 fabrics are used, only 9 appear in any one block. This is the size of a baby quilt. To make larger quilt tops, the process is repeated with more sets of 12 fabric squares. Two Kwik Quilters have other patterns featuring this method, too - hearts, stars, log cabin.
One BlockSewing time will be in short supply today. Our last holiday visitor will be arriving soon and I'm also in the midst of preparing for the store's NEW YEAR'S DAY OPEN HOUSE.