Monday, June 17, 2019

Circa 1880 Nine Patch Blocks


I'm sure you can notice the significant improvement in the photo above of this week's Circa 1880 Nine Patch blocks.  I shot all the previous block photos on one day, and then the rest about a week later.  I tried a new location and it turned out so much better.  What the difference was....I'm not exactly sure.  I couldn't wait until these new, better photos were able to be used.  

It's been rather busy here this past week and this coming week looks to be the same.  Someone on TV said that when you ask anyone how they are, they say "busy but fine".  It that just how we all are now?

I'll be packing up lots of boxes to ship to the Atlanta area as I will be visiting the East Cobb Quilt Guild for lecture and workshops the following week.  

Hope you have a great week that's not too busy, but filled with fun.  Which for most of us means at least some time with needle and thread.  Be well......be happy!

4 comments:

  1. Wow! Maybe that is my problem. I need to try a new location. Mine have come out grainy lately. These blocks are adorable as usual. Thanks for keeping us motivated!

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  2. The lighting in a given setting makes such a difference, doesn't it?
    I'll admit, I am still just blown away that you even thought to photograph all the blocks for your quilt in small batches.

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  3. Oh Pam, how exciting... sure wish I could come see you at the East Cobb Guild!

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  4. Beautiful little blocks. Ya, it's amazing what lighting can do!

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