Choices!

Remember this pretty basket block made with Drunkard’s Path blocks? I made the blocks over five years ago and they sat. Mostly because, while I love the design which I saw in an older Australian Patchwork & Quilting magazine, the … Continue reading

Drunkard’s Path QAL – Second Project

There are a huge number of little blocks that have been waiting to be turned into a quilt for a very long time. 832 of the 2″ Drunkard’s Path blocks, in fact. This is the setting I’m going to use, but … Continue reading

Drunkard’s Path Quilt Along

Seems I missed a week altogether, but now I have another Drunkard’s Path basket block to add to my first one. I don’t seem to be moving very quickly on making these, which surprises me as I normally churn out little … Continue reading

A Batik and A Shirting

That’s what I used for the Drunkard’s Path basket block – a batik and an Asian shirting print. I wasn’t sure if they’d play together nicely, but I was determined to try my idea out. This is absolutely not what … Continue reading

Going Down the Drunkard’s Path

I was really trying to be good and focusing on finishing a few things, including the Morse Stars top, before I even began to think about a new project seriously. But then I saw the announcement of the Cross the … Continue reading

Kaleidoscope Drunkard’s Path

There has been a slight diversion from the Springtime in Paris top. I was thinking about the blue and white baseball quilt I want to do and then wondered what would happen if some fussy cutting/printing was involved. And once … Continue reading

Best Laid Quilt Plans … Out The Window!

I’m in trouble. Major trouble. I was sure that after I finished Springtime in Paris I’d start working on setting the butterfly kaleidoscope stars together. Had the setting figured out. Everything was planned. I’m rather enjoying having projects planned out a … Continue reading

Tiny Drunkard’s Path

You’ve seen these before. But it has been a very long time. January of 2013, to be exact, was the last time I posted about these. And that was the last time any work got done on them. On the … Continue reading