29 Japanese Blocks on the Wall

Twenty-nine Japanese blocks on the wall (my design wall that is) sung to the tune of Ninety-nine Bottles of Beer on the wall! I just have one more 6 1/2″ block to piece before I can start sewing rows together for my stepson’s Japanese quilt. Most of the blocks are from Tula Pink’s City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks, a couple which I modified. And I decided to also sew some of my favorite blocks from Color Girl Quilts’ Super Simple Sampler Quilt Blocks tutorials. I will be alternating the pieced 6 1/2″ blocks with blocks cut from a Four Seasons Usagi Rabbit panel blogged about here. Below are some pics of a few of the pieced blocks:





Linking up to WIP Wednesday.

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3 Responses to 29 Japanese Blocks on the Wall

  1. Jacqueline Rubio says:

    Clever! Can’t get the tune out of my head!


  2. I was thinking of the song before you mentioned it! 🙂 Great colors for the quilt.


  3. Laura M says:

    How lovely! For some reason I’m now thinking of koi.


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