Rouenneries Drunkard’s Path

Over the past week or so, I’ve been stitching the Drunkard’s Path units together into 4-unit blocks.  Last night I decided to lay out some of them.  There are more that are already put together and yet more to be stitched together so it will finish at a decent size for a lap quilt, exactly as I hoped.   An idea for a border for the quilt is starting to form in my mind but until I get all the blocks put together and laid out I’m not making a decision.

The baby quilt top is stitched together.  I didn’t get it basted on Tuesday, so am slightly behind but I do have a little wiggle room in that I can work on it all day Thursday, Friday and Saturday and, if need be, wash and dry it Sunday morning.

Smudge was just waking up from a nap on the couch when we got this photo of him.

11 thoughts on “Rouenneries Drunkard’s Path

  1. The drunkard’s path is going to really be a beautiful lap quilt! Of course you can never go wrong with French General fabric, either!
    Old green eyes is probably eyeing the quilt.:)


  2. What a GREAT picture of Smudge and… um… I’m pretty sure that DP (I can’t bee-lee-eve I’m saying this) has my name on it! OMG don’t beat me upside the head. I know. GAWD. I can’t help it.


  3. I LOVE the fabric you’re using for this quilt. Simply gorgeous, so soft looking. It’s going to be a beauty when it’s done.


  4. The DP from those French Genral Rouenneries look gorgeous!
    I saved these fabrics for the one project that calls for it, but I change my mind constantly.

    Hi Smudge, you look so cute!


  5. This is a very cool arrangement. I have a THING for the red & tan combo and I’m starting to feel the first shimmer of another UFO about to be born!


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