One Block Wonderful - Finished!

So… finished this on a couple weeks ago, finally took pics, then stalled again in getting them posted. Whoops!

One Block Wonder(ful)

I used 7 panels to make this quilt - 6 for the blocks and one on the back to show what the original was.  It ended up being a twin size quilt, which will be perfect for a tween girl or someone thereabouts. Here’s a close up of some of the blocks:

One Block Wonder(ful)

Here’s the (totally modern pieced) back for reference, with the original panel in the middle:

11 thoughts on “One Block Wonderful - Finished!

    1. Glad you included the original panel. I definitely like the final layout better than the first. It is cheery quilt and it will definitely make a tween girl happy!

  1. That is just so beautiful. I particularly love your arrangement of the whiter blocks and the more densely colored blocks. Not surprising that it turned out so well… This is A Pam Quilt… But really gorgeous and spring-like. It is a happy quilt.

  2. Wow! I’m glad you put a whole panel on the back. I never would have guessed the starting point!

  3. I can only say WOW! This is a fabulous quilt! And I oh so love the panel, I can’t believe you made this quilt from those! And the border looks so fantastic with the colors of the quilt. Excellent, excellent job, Pam!

  4. One Block Wonders get me every time! That panel on the back? I would never have given it a second glance- but what you made with it? So full of awesome! Great block placement and I love the border fabric too!

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