F2F: December blocks

In December it was Christine’s turn to receive three blocks in her chosen colours dark grey, turquoise and coral. She also likes scrappy, so where for other people’s blocks I would have repeated certain fabrics a bit more, for these blocks I tried to use as many different fabrics as possible, even though I don’t have a huge collection.

For my first block I started with a square and inserted narrow strips. It was then cut wonky and framed in two other fabrics. Quite simple, but effective I think.


For my second block I pieced strips of different widths and then cut the resulting piece into columns of increasing width that were framed and connected using narrow strips.


For my third block I started with a square that was then framed in a wonky border. Somehow this reminds me of a tv, I know I’m a bit weird. I think this may be my favourite block this month.


As usual the blocks that were made by the other participants of the swap can be viewed in the F2F gallery.

8 comments on “F2F: December blocks

  1. katechiconi says:

    You always have such lovely fabrics! I think the first block is my favourite, there’s something mysterious about it, like a doorway blocked by spider webs!

  2. knitnkwilt says:

    Oh my, I remember TV days before continuous broadcasting and you’d turn it on and get only a test pattern–I can see TV in that block! While I like them all, I especially like the slice and insert. Really fun to do, isn’t it?

  3. CurlsnSkirls says:

    Love the colours & randomness of your first block, and the third really did remind me of telly. Somewhere, someone used a similar, quirky rectangle for telly, and this recalled that instantly! The middle square, for me, is ok. Far more creative than I could ever be though!

  4. Deborah says:

    I love all the blocks, but I think the TV one is especially fun. I like the contrast in your blocks between wonky and aligned. :-)

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