This blog is full of ideas for using the Augusta block with Paris Flight (January), Jim Dandy (March) and Lady of the Lake Block (May).
Let’s begin with my layout for my row quilt showing the Augusta block row dropped in.
Only two more block designs to go….this year is flying by!
I plan to put up the foundation pattern for the triangle spacer rows in August. I am home most of the month so it will get done.
And of course there will be a blog announcing the addition of the PDF for their foundations to the 2015 O.T.R. page.
But for now I played with all the blocks I have released so far and came up with the following ideas to share.
It is such a dynamic block with all the sharp angles I wanted to just see it on it’s own. When I first start to play with the block(s) I am just using the blocks from my 2015 On The Road row quilt project thus the coloring. But I see the lines and that is what I am always looking for. Then I start to play with color.
This next pattern uses Augusta, Lady of the Lake and Paris Flight blocks.
And recolored in a soft cool color palette.
How about putting Jim Dandy and Augusta together.
Jim Dandy is such a heavy block to me with those blocky corners. I wanted to see it as a border.
And I think this might go in the list of possibilities.
I brought colors from the “hot” Jim Dandy border blocks into the first ring of “cool” Augusta blocks to soften the solid line between block changes.
You can find template (and EPP papers if you would like to tackle the blocks that way) in my store, the link is above in the header. And links to all the “how-to blogs” for each block are on the 2015 O.T.R. page.
I am out the door on Monday for 8 days of touring the state of Michigan and visiting several guilds.
Any orders placed from July 13 to July 21st will ship out on July 22nd.
And don’t forget to “like” my facebook page MDQuilts to see blocks as they are being made while I am one the road.
Enjoy your day,