Thursday, October 29, 2015

Rail Fence rearranged

     Can't decide if I should go the 4 x 4 (72 x 72) or go 3 by 4. If I do, I have 5 blocks left over. So, do I make 7 more blocks for another quilt, or do I have more orphans?

I guess the light yellow block needs to be removed.
     I had to unpin another quilt to put this on my design wall, because when I turn my back, Tugger (Mr. Trouble) attacks blocks as soon as they hit the floor.


Vicki W said...

You need a better helper!

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

You could go 3 x 5 - more a twin size than lap size, though - but you would only have one extra block that way. And I agree with Vicki W. - Mr. Trouble is not helping - ;))

June D said...

So funny to see your cat playing with the fabric! Reminds of how our son used to jump on the sheets when I was trying to fold them - or maybe I was trying to put them on the bed.

I like both the 4 x 4 and the 3 x 4 layouts - what size is your ideal comfort quilt?

I am hoping to make a block today after I pull weeds before it gets too hot!

: )

Sarah said...

I'm sure Mr T just wants to make sure there are no treats hidden under your quilt blocks!
I lay my bigger quilts on the floor also - they are ok overnight but as soon as I get up in the morning and turn my back, "someone" has taken a flying twist and reorganized them :)