Block Play

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13 Responses

  1. Jody says:

    Love this!! Looking forward to seeing it in “person”. 🙂

  2. Barb says:

    Corey, you create the best stashbusting blocks! I love it set on point…would it possible to have the piecing continue into the setting triangles so that the design continues to the edge? The best part of your quilts, however, is always your beautiful fabric/colour choices. Can’t wait to see!

  3. Ellyn says:

    gorgeous! The smaller pieced squares remind me of a cobblestone path, especially when you put them on point

  4. Belinda says:

    That looks so fun!! And pretty easy, unless you get way down in the little squares. 🙂 I’m not good with triangles, but this doesn’t look too hard. Thanks for sharing!

  5. This is a great block!

  6. Ellen says:

    I love the double scrappy on point! Good for honey buns or jelly rolls and lots of strip piecing. I think I’ll try a block or two myself.

  7. Deb Pflager says:

    What a great block…and yet so simple. I too love it on point. But then, I tend to like many blocks on point. It somehow makes them look more complex!! It would be great to make with charm squares in the 2 1/2 size squares. Cut the squares in quarters for the the little pieces.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Deb at

  8. Mary says:

    I love love love your design and will be trying this out for sure!
    i am such a fan of your Birdie Stitches. Thanks for sharing all your creative greatness with us!!

  9. Barbara says:

    This would also be cute with snowball blocks alternating with the scrappy blocks using scraps again for the triangles in each corner of the snowball block.

  10. Karen says:

    Looks fabulous! Looking forward to seeing your quilt.

  11. This is so much fun!! I love the way just slight changes make very different quilts. I love the coordinated scrappiness of it your sample too.

  12. Becky in Georgia says:

    Thanks so much for posting!!! Great use of scrap fabric!

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