Monday, April 02, 2012

Put it on Point

When I was making the Hot-Crossed 9-Patches (HC9P) lotto blocks, I kept thinking about putting them on point ... so I made enough to play with--here's my Baker's dozen.


I really do like this one, both ways.

Check out more design walls links on Judy's Design Wall Monday blog post.

18 comments:

Diane said...

I like them on point too-always fun to have options

Dora, the Quilter said...

Very interesting block variation--and I love the on-point set.

Pokey said...

I really like the way this block creates a plaid feel, and using plaid prints is perfect!
:-}pokey

Ruth said...

I love this block you designed!

Rian said...

Yep Sophie, they look terrific on point!

heather said...

Very nice. I love the fabric selections.

Debra Spincic said...

On point!

Becky said...

Oh, yes! Pointed it is!

Chris said...

They look great on point. Good call.

Teresa Felgueiras said...

Your blocks are amazing. The on point setting was a great choice.

Melinda said...

They are so much more interesting on point. I need to make some this month.

Vicki said...

I really like this setting alot. Very nice!

sophie said...

I do tend to gravitate in the direction if on-point settings ... I can see that I am not the only one. As Debra suggested, I am thinking that I will make two quilts--one each way :-)

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I just love working with plaids and this is beautiful - love the on-point setting.

Susan @ Blackberry Creek said...

Beautiful! There's a kind of plaid that this reminds me of, but I can't member what it's called. Used to be men's sock designs. Oh shoot!

ellison01 said...

susan... argyle?

I never would have thought to put these on point, I love it! i want to win after seeing this lol

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

Yes, I really like the looks of this one!! Your plaids are yummy good too!

Raewyn said...

Very nice - putting tings on point changes their look so much!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...