Friday, September 28, 2018

Olaf needs a border




Am wondering where I hid these beauties 

I had started the winter solstice quilt with Pat Sloan last year
But didnt like the direction she was going in so stopped with 
a few blocks

Fast forward to this year.
I have an Olaf panel that I would like to make into a lap quilt 

An easy way is to add blocks as a border
I think i had 6 blocks made so a border on one side may work?
Gotta find them and see if they will look ok with the panel

Do you ever combine ufo projects?
Sometimes I like the finished piece better than the original ideas

Hmmm. Now if I were a block, where would I be hiding?


There you are my pretties
Hmmm
I did have 6 blocks 
I think if I make some more blue blocks
Maybe a few star like snowflake blocks
This could be a top soon....




4 comments:

Julierose said...

These are just perfect for the Olaf border! I do combine leftover or trial blocks and sometimes just put them together higgeldy-piggeldy...hugs, Julierose

Rosemary Dickinson said...

The pieced blocks look great with the Olaf panel. It's a great way of using up orphan blocks. It already looks good and it's not even done!!

barbara woods bewtjw@gmail.com said...

That will look so good

Jeanna said...

This project is coming together nicely. I've never combined UFOs but gosh, I don't know why I haven't considered it before. Another great idea, Dawn!