Quilters’ Candy

These little blocks are so quick and fun to stitch that they really do seem like candy. Over the past few evenings, while talking to friends on the phone, I’ve pieced these 50 little Drunkard’s Path units.  I’m always amazed at how quickly they go together.

These are all that’s left to piece from the large stack I had two weeks ago.  I haven’t counted them, but think there’s only another 40 or 50 left to stitch.  Once they’re done, I’ll start putting them together in blocks of four units.  Then the real fun will start when it’s time to lay them out so that I don’t get the same print beside itself.

It was another cold day on Thursday but thankfully no more snow fell.  The cats found cozy spots to curl up.  First Lester at one end of the couch.

And then Smudge at the other end.

5 thoughts on “Quilters’ Candy

  1. That will be another amazing quilt! It seems like you have so many just on the verge of completion!
    It snowed here last night :(. Come on spring!
    Your boys always look cozy!

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  2. Okay I’m pretty psyched with these in this fabric. This quilt is going to be so super pretty. I wonder what it will be? 😉 Maybe it’ll need to be awaiting another French General line to be even bigger. hee! hee! hee!!!

    Great photos of the kitties. Lester looks very regal and Smudge has a look on his face that I can’t exactly find the words for but it’s still early. 😉

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  3. I love this pattern, and your fabrics are so beautiful. I always look forward to seeing the photos of Smudge and Lester, and am so happy to see that they are both well now and looking so handsome.

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  4. I do so admire your handstitched blocks!
    And of course, your kitty babies are always fascinating. I get a lot of pleasure out of our Morty, even though he is a far from ‘cuddly’ cat!

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