I thought of this pattern from last year when I was participating in the Fresh & Funky quilting bee. House of a la mode was responsible for the month of July and offered her spider web quilt block tutorial for us to try. I couldn't believe how easy and fun it was. Here is my version with the wicked material I picked up. I hope you like it.
So, getting back to why I feel this is a wicked post.
1. We just had our 3 granddaughters, age 4, 2 or 7 months over for the weekend. Yes, that 3 girls under the age of 5. overnight!!!! LOL
2. Poppa and I helped my daughter with a swimming birthday party today for our oldest granddaughter. She will be 5 next week.
3. I started and finished this block tonight. Yes that's right, I left it to THE very last minute to complete, even though I had week's to do it. Here are my strips ready to put together.
a quarter of the blocks completed
the back...oh, i noticed some witch's brew got in the picture..heheheheh
ohhh...i think my block is being wicked and hiding under the left over strips.
I see you!!!
My wicked spider web quilt block!! Thank you for looking :)
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