Tuesday, October 31, 2017

8 Shooters 24: Set two

 When we last left, I begged you to please share with me your middle block before I moved on.
Here is my middle block if you will remember right. 

So I've been waiting and a waiting and... well I guess I better just move on.
Lone Ranger style.
That's ok. I like being alone.

When I designed this quilt, I wanted to use some quilt blocks that everyone has seen.
Blocks that are out there in the quilt world, but not often seen in the EPP world.
I don't understand why EPP has to be just hexagons or dresdens!
I know there are other designs out there, but they are few and far between.

So I grabbed some classic blocks and designed a fun quilt that would show case fabulous fussy cut fabric.

That being said, let's move on to your 8 shooters: SET TWO.
Of these you had four 8 shooters plus 16 double shots.

We are going to combine them with these tonal bat wings: 

To create FOUR of these fabulous blocks.
I absolutely love mine. The pink and orange may seem out of place but not in the big picture when I combine it with the other pink and orange later.

I am so glad that I chose the same color for my background... meaning the light and dark purple.
I love how the dark and light plays out in this block.

So make four of these:

See you in two weeks.
Even if I am a lone rider still. 

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