Wednesday, March 20, 2019

I Succumbed.

I tried not to catch it. I stayed away from places that I thought would be unsafe. But on Saturday I came down with a case Cheddarback Fever. 
So.....I pulled fabrics from my stash....

...cut all the sashings and cornerstones....

.....held my breath while I made what looked like the most difficult block (just to make sure I had really caught the fever)....

...and made the bonus block...

...yep.....I've got it!
The first five block patterns are free until the end of March HERE

 I showed this on Instagram, but want to share it here also.
At our March quilt guild meeting, we made up-cycled barn quilts. Jayne's hubby cut recycled wood into diamonds. Jayne and Char put together an assortment of colors for us to choose from and even provided the backing board with a hanging hook!   

No surprise that I went for the blue and white diamonds to make my Lemoyne Star.

I've been looking for something to balance out my letter M on the mantel and I think this star is what I've been searching for! 

14 comments:

  1. It's amazing how many of us have come down with Cheddarback fever. Hugs

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  2. Oh, I have resisted Cheddarback with all my might. I love the fabrics you pulled. Your blocks look great!
    What a wonderful barn quilt. It does balance nicely on your mantel.

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  3. Ah Ah !! That's a good news ! Your fabrics are gorgeous and I love a lot your first blocks !

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  4. Pretty mantel. Those blue vases are wonderful. Have fun with the new project!

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  5. Your Cheddarback will be beautiful. I love your woodblock star.

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  6. I am assuming that Cheddarback fever is incurable?!! Your first blocks look fabulous and I love the wooden star.... just perfect on your mantel. Christine xx

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  7. I haven't caught the fever yet. You never know when it might strike though. You are making the best of what may be incurable.

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  8. You may as well jump in too. Why not. The blocks look lovely.
    And your timber star is delightful.

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  9. Your mantle looks gorgeous; perhaps you could drop by and sort out mine!
    Yes, to you succumbing and joining the Cheddarback project. You have the stash and the chops to do these blocks right!!

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  10. If you're going to catch a bug, you caught a good one. Love your palette

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  11. I caught the same fever but so far just have the pdf file downloaded and am thinking about fabrics to use. I know I probably don't have enough of anything for sashings. You are off to a great start with great fabric choices.

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  12. Oh, you certainly do have the fever... Love the wood block

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  13. Oh dear! I might fall for Cheddarback too. The machine I usually use for quilting had to go in for repairs this week, and it will be gone a while from the sounds of it. That leaves me with time to do some piecing the next few weeks. Love your blocks!

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