Are You Tired of Wonky Cross Blocks?

If you are tired of them, I’m sorry. I just can’t stop making them. They are so easy. I think I’m up to 31 right now and I’m still waiting on a few. 🙂

Wonky Cross Blocks

Of course, I had to add some chevrons in there.

Wonky Cross Blocks

Debbie provided me with a long strip of the fabric she used to create an inverse of the block that she made. I definitely took advantage of it. The other fabric actually came from a scrap a friend a guild gave away.

I’m not sure what I’m going to do with these blocks. I’m obviously going to make a quilt, but I’m not sure if I’m going to sash them or just put them together. I don’t know how big I want it. I might make pillow shams to match. I’m all over the place with ideas. I think I might have a better idea once I have all of the blocks and I can start laying it out. I’m still very excited about it though. 🙂

  1. Joni’s avatar

    Of course you have to put chevrons in this quilt!!! I’m excited to see how you end up putting it all together. Love you!

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  2. becky’s avatar

    Could you do a solid gray center and add the blocks as a border? Not sure how that would look, but a thought. Or just a single row of X blocks bisecting the quilt. Love the way they look.

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    1. Lesley’s avatar

      Ah! Those are both really good ideas. And I LOVE gray.

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    2. Kim’s avatar

      I’ve heard the term chevrons but I’m forgetting what that means – is that a brand of fabric? And I think you may end up with 2 or 3 quilts!

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      1. Lesley’s avatar

        Chevrons are a design. They are basically zig zags.

        I definitely wouldn’t complain if I was able to make a few quilts. They would make great quick gifts.

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