Monday, July 1, 2013


The  Orange Grove Quilters Guild was given these hand-pieced, vintage fabric blocks.  I offered to turn the 124 nine-patch blocks into a quilt for the upcoming Tea and Auction in October.  My goal for this week is to finish the quilt top.  Still deciding if I will send it to a quilter or quilt it myself.  I'll know when the top is completed.

They are five-inch blocks and I am adding Kona Cotton, Natural.  No, it will not be hand pieced or hand quilted.  We want it for this year's auction.

Have a good week and

Quilt happy,



hetty said...

Wonderful project! I love nine patches. Can't wait to see it finished.

Pat from Florida said...

Lovely fabrics! Nine patch is my very favorite -- it's the first block I ever made.

Karen Mallory said...

The blocks look wonderful. I am always on the lookout for orphan blocks. Never cam across this many matched though. Can't wait to see the top!
hugs Karen

creativedawn said...

Lol! So it will be gorgeous when finished as I see some very lovely patches sticking out of there! Nine patches are so cute!

Pat Barton said...

Can't wait to see it.

Barb said... are amazing to take on this but what fun!