Sometimes you just have to keep going…

Of the blocks left over from the 9-patch composition, I found these four for a smaller piece.  They had quite a bit of bare wood.  For the 2 5/8″ squares, zentangles in ink were just about the right level of detail.

I chose the composition for both of the wooden quilts.  Next time, I won’t create a fixed design.  While I was working on them, visitors to the studio really enjoyed playing with the blocks.  If adults can rediscover coloring books, blocks must be the next big thing.

–hard maple, 11″ square at the first turning; divided into 4, each turned again and then divided into fourths, for 16 blocks total to make up the two ‘quilts.’

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