The quilt top is finished! And I am really liking it, LOL!!!
I just needed to add three more blocks so I would end up with a set of nine blocks in total (3×3).
Once I got over some cutting errors (oh no….) I
pulled persuaded the blocks into shape. The points all come together nicely, most of the time 😉
As I had to stretch the blocks a little bit, the quilt top is a little bit wavy. I first wanted to redo some of the blocks, but I completely ran out of the giraffe fabric by Thomas Knauer. No-can-do! So my plans for adding a border with some of that soft blue having a second appearance, are now ALSO out the window!
Here is the completed top!
( Speaking of windows, I am looking out of mine at the moment and the rains of the past few days seem to have passed. I can even see blue skies with wispy clouds! Does that mean we will finally get some warmth? It has never ever (since they started recording) been this cold in May over here! I am even wearing my woolen jumpers and socks again! )
Each of the nine blocks is 15 inches finished size. (The quilt top is now 45,5 inches square) I like using these bigger blocks, as they for a perfect baby quilt top in “no time”!
This morning I woke up early with a name for this pattern in my head: CLOUD NINE!
Thank you Knitnkwilt for bringing forth the cloud theme for the name!!! This is what she said on Wednesday:
Hugs to you all,