A-B-C Challenge Progress

A-B-C Challenge blocks sashed
A-B-C Challenge blocks sashed

I finished sashing all of the blocks over the weekend. I really only had a few hours to sew this weekend and that was one of the things I wanted to accomplish.

My next task is to figure out how big the blocks need to be and to trim them. I am not quite sure how to figure that out, though I am sure it will come to me. I am thinking they will end up about 8″.

I also want to try and put some red sashing in between the grey. TFQ wasn’t so sure about the red, but we didn’t put any up between the blocks and try it out.Β  she likes the effect of the blocks floating. I think there is too much grey, though that might change when I trim the blocks.

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

8 thoughts on “A-B-C Challenge Progress”

  1. I’m not opposed to the idea of a line of red, just not sure about using the red we looked at. It might pull the red out from the dot fabric, but it might clash with the pinker reds that are more prominent in the blocks. Might not, if it is a thin enough line.

    Well, we all know where this is going – making a visual decision visually!

  2. All of your blocks look wonderful together! The layout looks very clean and crisp with just the gray sashing. I need to sew like mad to finish up all of mine- 12 more to go!

    Did you set your blocks in alpha order, or did you move them around until you liked the layout?

  3. Such a pretty top! It looks so crisp and clean with the white background! Those blocks look tiny, what size are they? Curious to see what your quilter will do with it to bring it to life πŸ™‚

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