Thursday, January 10, 2013


Lots of pressing and stitching today, as I worked on my Easy Street top. At the moment my plan is to assemble it in five parts, which I will quilt separately. Here is the centre section, which is made up of nine blocks:
The other four pieces are the corners. They are nearly together too, but it has been a slow process.

If I had known how the quilt would look, I might have made some different fabric choices. I think the design gets a bit lost in these fabrics. But not knowing where you are headed is part of the fun of a mystery.

To see how fabulous some other people's fabric choices look, check out Bonnie's final Easy Street link-up at Quiltville. It is amazing how different a quilt can look, and also amazing that some people have the whole top assembled, including borders!


  1. it really is fun to see the variety that everyone has chosen for sure, and yours looks great. Quilt On!

  2. I think it looks great too! Nice choices, nice work!

  3. Don't think we'll meet an Easy Street that won't be great. I would like to have a go at making one in different colours too....

  4. Your Easy Street looks awesome! Great job getting it done so fast. I am plugging along in the slow lane....LOL.

    Love all the plants on your blog also. Cool!