VERY interesting...not at all how I thought you had constructed these blocks. I thought you made the first part and then where Pat has us cut it into 4th's (5 1/2 inches each section), you just put a couple of the blocks on top of each other and did a stack & whack thing with them in a "unique" way....not aiming for squares....and then mixed and matched them to put them back together before you put the sashing strips on them. (I guess that sounds confusing, huh?) Anyway......I love what you did with the blocks. Thanks for showing how you did it.
I'm not into *wonky*, but I just *HAD* to copy your Mom's peach cobbler recipe. My Mom's almost 80 & has dementia so she can't tell me how she made hers. Mom's beyond talking and into babbling and one word sentences now. TY for the recipe!!
These blocks are fantastic - and what a great tutorial!!! You look so professional now!!! Perfect for a baby boy.
Thank you so much for the wonky OP block tutorial. It looks really easy to follow and this is definitely going in my "to do" pile.
I'm really into wonky as you can see - have popped your tutorial on file, thanks - just lovely and I'm sure it will be easy to follow.I'm having lots of fun with colour at the moment - shame it will have to pass and we sometimes must do precision quilting!Hugs - Lurline♥
I LOVE your wonky blocks - the baby boy is one lucky guy! I'll have to copy the pack cobbler recipe - DH will be so glad! ThanksKaren
Just love them. Thank you so much for the tut! I also thought you were going to stack and whack.
Just still loving this block...youlook like you have been tutorialsall your life...very good!!
Oh my! I go scared when you sewed them together, a little off kilter! My brain went, ohh that's not right! It turned out wonderful!! I may have to just try it. What are your fabric sizes to start with?
I love your block tutorial and the peach cobble is a must try!!! Looks so yummy.Thanks for all your work,~Karen~
Your tutorial is fantastic for your wonky OP blocks!! Looks like you are a pro at tutorials! I am putting this wonky version on my "to do list" for sure. Your Mom's peach cobbler looks so yummy! Thanks again!
Mel, thanks so much for the tutorial! I just love these blocks. They've got spunk! and, my hubby will really appreaciate the Peach cobbler recipe! thanks so much for taking the time to do this! amy r in south lyon
Outstanding tutorial!!! It is way "out of my box" but I think I am going to have to give it a try. thank you!!
Oh, how cool! I saw several of the "regular" blocks today and this is just as cute a version as can be!I sent the peach recipe to my son and my husband. One of them is bound to fix it for me. =)
Oh, those are awesome! I love them. Thanks for sharing!
Well this is cute. I love it. This block style is so popular. It is a great approach.
I can't wait to try this idea. thanks.
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