Monday, October 2, 2017

Palmateer Point Part 4 and Finale

Happy Monday!
Are you ready for the final installment of Palmateer Point?
Let's go!


You will now take 16 of your 4 patches and make 4 blocks like this.

Then using the photos below make these blocks:
(all 4 of them are different, so do not make 4 blocks the same!)





Then lay them out like this photo:
And sew them together!

Ta-Da! Admire your workmanship and little Palmateer Point Quilt! As is, your little quilt should measure about 21" square.

I hope you love it as much as I do! It is so similar to a Jacob's Ladder block, but I love the variation of the 16 patch and the diagonal lines the pink and muslin make. This would make a graphic large quilt too!

I'll be back Friday to show you the antique and talk about quilting. I'll have a linky party too, so get those tops together!!

31 comments:

  1. So cute. getting mine put together today :)

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  2. I have not been working along, but wish I had.....love the pattern.....I love patchwork quilts. I may try one soon.

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  3. Thank you for leading us on in this sew-along. Who would have guessed the final result? Great fun. Penny.

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  4. Ooooh terrific ! Thank you lori !

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  5. Wow! Love, love, love this! Can't wait to sew it together. Thank you!

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  6. Qué bonita composición. Estaré atenta el viernes para ver lo que nos comentas. Un beso

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  7. This is lovely! A beautiful variation of Jacob's Ladder. Thanks for the instruction and inspiration!

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  8. SEW Cute! I left my fabrics to start this at my Retreat, so I will start it now that I'm home. Janet O has been asking if I was still waiting to start, lol. Can hardly wait to see all of them on Linky day.

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  9. What a nice surprise. Glad I joined. Thank you, Lori. Off to finish part 3 so I can put the top together.

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  10. Thank you for the sew along! I made my 4-patches yesterday. I had a bunch of 1 1/2 inch blocks, so I used those for the 4-patches. I'm hoping to get the HSTs done today. I used mainly blues with some reds and pinks tossed in because I ran out of blues.

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  11. Very fun ending! I will have to pay attention as I compose the last step!

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  12. Love it! Can't wait to see the antique quilt and other's renditions!

    Blessings!

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  13. Thank you, Lori, love this little quilt. Will stitch it together today and look forward to Friday.

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  14. I have never been disappointed with your little mystery projects for us. Thank you once again, Lori.

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  15. It is a cold, rainy day here, so perfect for sewing this up. Putting the rows together now. So cute.

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  16. This is super cute. I didn't do the sew along, but I happen to have been sewing 16 patch blocks of reds. Hmmmm, might be different done up for the holidays. I'll have to test out the sizes and get back to you. Great job!

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  17. OK, so this setting was certainly not what I dreamed up on my design wall! Great fun trying to figure out the mystery, but I'm liking this setting a lot. It'll be a stretch to get it stitched together by Friday since we're either traveling or having company, or both, all week long.

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  18. Very cool! Can't wait to get this pieced and quilted! Thanks for sharing Lori, and I can't wait to see the inspiration quilt!

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  19. I love it. Not what I expected...it's better than expected. Thanks for sharing your talent. Hugs

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  20. Very sweet setting - looking forward to this evening when I can get into the sewing room. It will be fun to see everyone’s versions too. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  21. What a unique setting. Love it!
    Just returned from taking our daughter and granddaughter to the airport for their flight home to Oregon. I think I can use some sewing time to get my mind off the empty house! This should go together quickly. Thanks for another fun QAL, Lori!

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  22. Love It! This design will look good in any combination. Thank you for hosting this.

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  23. Lori que bonito!!!
    Esta vez no fue posible coser contigo,
    en una próxima vez espero poder seguir tu ritmo

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  24. Love it! So sweet! Can't wait to sew it together!

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  25. Just wonderful! I already assembled my blocks, but I didn’t understand, we have to quilt it before Friday and then show it in the linky party?

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  26. Great setting. And one I'll have to remember even tho I didn't follow along with the sew-along.

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  27. Very cute, I can't wait to finish mine! Thank you for the sew a long. Hugs,

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  28. So much fun to see the parts and pieces start coming together!

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  29. Oh...it's so pretty. I, too, love the diagonal lines of white between the pink..but I'm thinking of rotating mine so I get a diamond shape from the muslin pieces. Either way---it's a winner....so quick and such fun! Please do this again sometime. Thank you...this has been a hoot!

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