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
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....


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 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!