Right Hand Corner

I decided to work on the Carpenter’s Wheel and move towards getting the top done. I have spent the past week making background blocks during every spare moment.

The bad part is that I had no time over the weekend to sew. I spent the weekend with DH on #politicalwifery. We didn’t get home until 7pm Sunday after leaving at 11:30am on Saturday. Very limited sewing time. Also, as an added ‘insult,’ we were so busy I didn’t even get to visit any quilt shops.

Still, after working part of Friday, I spent a few hours Friday afternoon adding to the section I finished last weekend (section 3).

I decided I would make the two blocks (far right) to finish section three. Once I did that I decided it would be easier just to add the three background blocks to the bottom of the section, making a giant 9 patch. What you see above is a giant 9 patch and the entire right hand corner of the Carpenter’s Wheel quilt.

Carpenter's Wheel - left hand bottom
Carpenter’s Wheel – left hand bottom

I am using the same technique to finish the left hand side of the quilt. One background block, which is next to the bottom Carpenter’s Wheel, is finished and I have two more to make. The two sections will end up together like:


I know it isn’t ideal but you can sort of get an idea of what it will look like.

Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

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