In my last post, I had two free-form blocks made for a project on And Then We Set It On Fire. I had a chance to work on them this week, have made a few more blocks, and have put them up on my design wall.
Making these blocks is a whole lot of fun and very addictive. I still have a portion of this quilt top to work with. The center nine blocks are still sewn together. I'm going to work on those as one unit and see what happens. Check out what other artists are doing with their free-form blocks (and join us in making blocks of your own) at And Then We Set It On Fire. We are all using the techniques shown in Rayna Gillman's book Create Your Own Free-form Quilts. Rayna is our guest blogger this month. Come on over!