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Monday, October 22, 2012

Design Wall Monday - 10/22/12

I didn't have a lot of time for sewing this weekend but I was able to put together three arrowhead blocks.


You are problably thinking that this is no big deal as I've made the block several times before but take a look at this! The little ones are made from charm squares. I had bought light and dark charm square packs for another project but felt this was much more fun.


I was making the arrowhead blocks as a leaderender for my leaderender basket blocks...can a LE really be a LE for another LE?? At what point is it no longer a leaderender?


13 comments:

Sherry said...

My thought would be that a LE stops being a LE when you have enough blocks to make a quilt.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Too funny! Love the blocks though - might hust have to add those to my 2013 list.

quiltmania said...

Great blocks!

Janet O. said...

I think these blocks are delicious looking!
You posed a good question. When you come up with a good answer, let me know! : )

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

Love your LE of LE's! On your charm square ones, what size do you cut the top to bottom and left to right cuts? I am making some now using 8 inch squares. I found that if you turn one so the dark matches with the dark it makes a cool pattern too.

Judy Dietrich said...

very cool design block--does it matter if it leads, follows or ends--if you are sewing them up?? There will always be another block under your needle ready to go----

Carla said...

These are beautiful!

Michelle said...

Lol....
Love the blocks too.

quilt32 said...

I really like the arrowhead blocks.
Lillian
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Denise :) said...

I love these ... especially in the batiks! Did you resize the specs to get the smaller blocks?? :)

Lori said...

hmmm--reminds me of the painting a wall led to a whole house remodel........!!!

I LOVE arrowhead blocks! now I'm playing with the square in a square method.

Andee said...

I love this pattern...it looks great in these fabrics!

Grit said...

These blocks are so beautiful.
Liebe Grüße Grit