Sunday, September 9, 2012

Sixty Three Double Knit Polyester Blocks, part 4

Warm heart in a cold world
This is the fourth installment of the 63 blocks from the 1970s Crazy Block quilt, made in Idaho. Here are another 16 blocks. There is one remaining block, which has the inscription. I'll talk about that in another post, it really deserves its own. I posted the blocks on Facebook last week, and it was a lot of fun to see them all in one place. Enjoy!!

Full view, 1970s Crazy Block, Idaho
Lavender mittens fell off on the sleigh run
Fun mod prints and colors
I like how some of the fabrics have woven designs, and others are printed. 
Star surfing over the giant, patriotic, plastic salad bowl
Blue star in the hot desert
Tortoise towing The Love Boat
Love that print in the center
The pink, striped corset was way too small!
Shamrock in Yellow Land
It's amazing how such strong colors work together
More oddly shaped, printed and woven patches
Party Hat!
Dark and light - "Push-Pull"
What an amazing stash-buster this quilt is.
Love the big flower and black stitching
So that's the fourth installment, and it makes 62 of the 63 blocks. Stay tuned for the one remaining block...

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