I have stitched the Nearly Insane inspired block into the little sewing bag. Here is how it looks now.
Almost 5 years ago (goodness time flies!!!) I started making the Nearly Insane quilt. I didn't get very far before I was distracted by several other quilts! hehe...
I dug out my blocks last night. Here are my favourite blocks. These blocks are 6 inches finished.
The fabrics are all from various Dargate lines by Margo Krager.
I discovered one block cut out ready to sew, so I stitched it last night. Here are all the blocks I have completed so far.
Some time ago I found this little badge. In 1870 Salinda Rupp made the quilt which inspired Liz Lois to make her Nearly Insane quilt and then publish her book.
This week I have brought out 2 WIP to start working on again.
Looove those bright fabrics!!!
I have only 2 more centre blocks to make for Roseville Album, so I am going to make them together.
Josephs Coat has been put away for a looong time!!! I have been searching for just the right fabrics to finish off the last few blocks. Its time to get it done!
No, I am not making any more Nearly Insane blocks....yet! I have been challenged to make block 18 which has 229 pieces!!! (yes, in a tiny 6 inch block!!) Block 18 will be my next NI block and I may just stop there because I will have 12 blocks which can be made into a small quilt.
The cool change has arrived here in Melbourne. What a relief!! Let the Hot Cross Bun baking begin!! :)