Sunday, May 19, 2013
I went to a class, last Thursday, and learned how to make a cube block. The class was at Room To Learn in Kuna, and my friends went too! We had so much fun, then Caryl, Elverta, and I went out for Mexican lunch in Kuna at El Gallo Giro. Then of course we had to go to a quilt shop, so we dropped my vehicle by Elverta's place and went forth in Caryl's Subaru. We went to the Quilt Crossing and found the correct 60 degree rulers to make these cube blocks. Oh, while we were there we found some fabric, too! Who'd a thunk it? It was an awesome day out with friends. I was the last one to finish one cube, at the class. Everyone was packing up to leave, and they had each made two cubes. Well, here is what my dandy cube looks like.
After I got home, I had to make some more. I have made twelve all together, so far. I had other obligations or I certainly would have made more than twelve. There is always next week, but I have two other quilt tops waiting for my attention, and I got all side-tracked with these fun three-dimensional looking blocks.
These are not sewed together yet. They are merely suspended on my design wall. My design wall is a quilt I have hanging up and I just smooth my blocks onto it. Right now, it is a red, white, and blue quilt, but I took a close-up so you would not see much of it. Don't these blocks look awesome?