Friday, September 28, 2012

Mountain Trail Quiltalong Part 2

I had to show off my goofy wool cat. I found it on Pinterest as a freebie on Bird Brain Designs website.
The only thing we will do for step two is some cutting. 

From your red cut eighty (80) 1 1/4 squares. 
Grab a variety of dark 1 1/4" strips and cut:
twenty (20) 2"  strips
 (20) 2 3/4" strips
 (20) 3 1/2" strips
(20) 4 1/4" strips

Ah, admire your handiwork!! 
The only color I didn't use for the strips was red . I  saved that for the "trail".


For those of you doing A Little Porch Time Quilt be ready to show last month's sections next week!!



20 comments:

  1. I agree he is cute! Have a fun weekend!!

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  2. He is cute. I am tracking the quilt along and looking for some time to join in. Sew busy right now with work and holiday prep.

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  3. I love this little quilt and would love to join your QAL. As soon as I finish up a couple of things, I will. Until then, I'll just watach and enjoy.

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  4. cute cat! So far I'm trying to resist your quilt along because I have soo many things going. If I get my Jubilee borders together I'll treat myself and join in.
    have you finished our little challenge? I have to do that too!

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  5. I'm going to pass on this quiltalong. It is very tempting, but I have too many other projects in the queue. The wool cat is goofy cute! I can see the opportunity for many variations.

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  6. Big kitty grins to you, right back! I am all over this, Lori...cutting away!!!

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  7. Sounds so simple. If I was smart I may be able to think ahead. But I'll have to see how much painting I get done. Thanks again!

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  8. Cute kitty; thanks for the link.
    I'm a bit behind, but hope to catch up over the weekend.

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  9. I can't believe I am behind already. LOL Love the cat!

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  10. All done and ready to roll...thanks for the fun!

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  11. I stayed up late sewing 4 patches last night - they were fun to make! But cutting... 160 pieces... I don't think I can do it without a little sewing :0) The cat is very cute!

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  12. I love this little quilt. :)

    I will be saving the instructions. I have sooo much to catch up on after being away for a month!

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  13. Fall greetings to everyone and hello from an Amish community in Pennsylvania. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  14. Cute, cute kitty!! Four Patches are done and I'm ready to cut.

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  15. Am enjoying this quilt-along and especially the great instructions - not overwhelming. Tried looking for the Halloween Cat pattern and couldn't find it. Thought this would be a great project for my kids. Can you hook me up?

    Terry

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    1. Terry, send me your email address, please, and I'll send you the pattern.

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  16. Love the kitty. I followed link. Lots of fun stuff. Had forgotten @ that site. I could not locart the freebie pattern. Sometimes search on phone isn't the best. I'll try to find it when i get to my laptop.
    Your pattern qal is super cute. I'm behind in christmas sewing & knitting, so book marked it for the first of the year. Would make a lovely doll bed quilt if made with repro feed sacks, as long as the values were different enough. Thanks so much!

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  17. i like the little cat, i have the pattern but haven't made it...yet!

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  18. Okay, so I'm in for my very first quilt along! Got my four-patches made last night (using PURPLE for the focus!) and started cutting the strips . . . . . :-)

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