Monday, September 20, 2021

Sometimes -

I surprise myself - 
And have a REALLY good idea -
That saves me some time and trouble - LOL - 
I finished sewing the bottom row - 
On the 10 White/Color Churn Dash blocks - 
Pressed them all nice and neat - 
And put them up on the design wall - 
Then it was time to trim the first batch of Black/Color HST - 
The ones in the back are for the next batch - 

I already had the middle rows sewn together - 
And THAT was my REALLY good idea - 

Because - 
After the first batch of Black/Color HST were trimmed - 

It was easy to grab a "middle" row - 
And lay out the other two matching "bars" - 
And the four corner HST - 
To make the block -
And there was no "guessing" - 
As to which "way" the Black/Color pieces went - 
The "middle" row told me all I needed to know - LOL - 
In this batch - the Black goes next to the White -  

So I made a pile to sew together tomorrow - 
Then I can play with the other set of Black/Color HST and bars - 
Those will have the Black/Color reversed - 

And the "middle" row tells me - 
In this batch - the Colors go next to the White  -

So - there will be no "thinking" involved - 

I already DID that part - LOL - ;))
Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew - 


Gene Black said...

Yes, that is what I meant about the organizational part of it when I commented on the post about doing the middle rows first. *IF* you got all the middles right, then the rest is much more simple. The thinking is mostly done.

Barbara said...

I like anything that takes “thinking” off the table. Also, numbers. These are looking wonderful!

Linda Swanekamp said...

Thinking on the front end always pays off. Thinking after the fact requires my nemesis- the seam ripper.

Julie Fukuda said...

Looks like you're on a roll.


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