I’m getting ready for the DJ-club. Preparation is the essence! The Indianapolis block (G7) look so easy to construct but I now know differently. And according to some this isn’t even one of the hardest to make. Justin’s Comet (G8) looks a lot easier. How did you think of adding this teeny weenie triangle to make this block into a square?
I must admit that cutting out the templates is tedious work and very time consuming. But the feeling when having figured out this puzzle and starting to construct the block is hard to describe. Perseverance is a trait that I keep having to face. Why is that? And why don’t I just walk away from a challenge? Jane, lots to think about. I absolutely love this fabric Judie Rothermel Civil War Honeycomb Gold from Marcus. Sadly not all the fabrics I’ve bought have a name.
I also love these. Can’t wait to use them in one of the baby DJ-blocks. Here are the G7 & G8 laid out. You also see something which you most probably don’t recognize. Between the blocks is a ‘soesje’ (cream puffy pastry). A pastry filled with cream. Absolutely delicious with a cup of coffee. I wonder did you sometimes allow yourself to have some cake while making this quilt. Did you have coffee or other refreshments?
yours faithfully, Helen