Wednesday, September 21, 2022

WIP for September



In August I pulled out some fabric for a new project.  The idea for this project is based on the traditional log cabin block.  I've had this idea since the beginning of the year and made a sample block for it here.

Last week I started to play with this idea again.  I made a little change and now the block looks like this.  

I'm still working and tweaking it till.....  I don't know where this will lead me to.  It will be an adventure.

Last Monday the 19th, the Valley MQG invited me to give a presentation about my quilting journey.  I was nervous at first but then I warmed up after 10 minutes.  The members are so nice and welcoming.  I had a great time sharing with them about my quilting experiences and got to show off some of  my quilts.  Thank you to the Valley MQG for the opportunity.  I'm so blessed to be among uplifting and encouraging people.  If you want to know more about me and my quilts, you can go to the Creatwhimsy and read more.  

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!



  1. Such an interesting mod block, Margo!!! I enjoyed learning more about your from Creatwhimsy, too!

  2. Excited to see all your mod blocks together in a quilt!

  3. I love your fabric pull and your concept for this project, Margo! Those slices of bright solids are like electric sparks cutting through the negative background space. Looking forward to seeing where this one takes you!

  4. Such interesting blocks for me to look at (I'm a repro civil war fabric quilter). Your blocks are lovely, and I really like the handbag "popular post" that I saw at your site. Good work!

  5. Beautiful fabrics to play with, and these two blocks look promising! Congratulations for the presentation, and the Create Whimsy post.
    Thank you for sharing, and linking up!

  6. That is really interesting and fun! Those solids are gorgeous.


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