Wednesday, December 11, 2019

WIP Wednesday - Pattern Testing

I fell off the wagon for the 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge.  It's a busy time of year, and I although I thought about blogging, I choose to do other things that needed to be done.  But I'm back.

This is a pattern by Kitty @ Night Quilter.  The pattern will be available shortly.  It didn't take too long to piece the first leg.

Kitty shared a tip of using a longer stitch length when joining sections.  If things don't line up and you have to fix, it's easier to take out longer stitches than tiny stitches.  I found this helpful.  And then there was a bottom half.

I was in a groove, so the top didn't take too long to piece together.

Stay tuned for a finished block, but I'm not sure what will become of the block.

Linking up with:

Midweek Makers @ Quilt Fabrication
Wednesday Wait Loss @ The Inquiring Quilter


  1. That is a fun block! I can’t wait to see what else is going on in her quilt.

  2. A great tip that I use, I will sometimes take just a few larger stitches across a point I'm trying to match up. Looks like a fun block!

  3. I really make much better blocks when I use a basting stitch first for joining paper piecing segments. I'm always amazed at those who can post every day in December. It's a really busy time of year!

  4. Running Man looks very interesting. I can see a whole group of figures jumping and running across a white background.

  5. I love this block! I'm definitely going to need to make some runners when the pattern is available :)

  6. That is going to be a really cool block! Blogging every day must be extremely difficult - I'm finding it hard to blog weekly! :-)

  7. What a fun block, Kitty made a super tiny version of this one didn't she? I really like the larger scale.


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