F2F Blocks Begin Arriving

After sending three blocks a month for 9 months, it is reward time.  My month to receive blocks for the Footsquare Freestyle (F2F) exchange has arrived as have 9 of the blocks.

Aren’t they a nice mix of light and dark, bright and dull?  And fabrics–modern prints, reproduction prints, batiks, and blenders. And places: Avis from UKLynn from France, and Sue from US.I’ve linked to their blogs for you. Avis’ link is to a specific post where she shows her finished F2F quilt; the other two will lead to their home pages.

You have already seen my first set of three, but I added them at the bottom to see all twelve together.  Maybe someday I’ll see how many names the received blocks have, but for now I am just enjoying looking at them! I foresee lots of rearranging in my future.


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11 responses to “F2F Blocks Begin Arriving

  1. Looks like you have some great blocks to work with. Have fun arranging and re-arranging!

  2. Having seen the fun stuff that everyone else has produced and received, I’m getting impatient for it to be my turn! Arranging and rearranging is a big part of the fun with a quilt like this, where so many of the blocks come as a surprise. Enjoy!

  3. Cher

    these are great! will look forward to seeing them in person at some point. see you at guild…!

  4. Seeing your blocks (and Susan’s) makes me want to join a swap like this……Love how yours are looking.

  5. Wowsers they are amazing.

    • dezertsuz

      They look great! I made one that’s a dark background, so one of yours for you should probably have that, because I notice no one else has done that, yet.

  6. That is a great assortment of blocks, love the colors. Your swapmates all did lovely work!

  7. Wow, they are already looking great together 🙂

  8. I just finished your blocks. I will send them out this Tuesday! I had a lot of fun, and I learned a lot by playing with fabrics and colors.

  9. Pingback: F2F blocks and more. | ipatchandquilt

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