Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Tuesday Archives #178:Drunkard's Path

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This week's theme is: Drunkard's Path
I had to dig deep into my own archives, but I DID find the one and only Drunkard's Path I've ever made. In was in my Underground Railroad Sampler quilt I made back in 2014. 
There it is in the bottom left hand corner of my quilt. So as I sat to write this post today I found myself curious of this patterns history. I easily got lost for over an hour just checking out over 65 variations this pattern put together. Crazy inspiring.

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  1. Looks great! I had my unfinished Underground Railroad blocks up on the design wall this week getting ready to finish it in the 2018 challenges.

  2. In the basic patchwork course I followed five years ago there was also a DP block; I remember using about 20 pins in a 3” unit and stabbing myself as many times! Later I found a tutorial on Leanne’s blog (She can Quilt) showing machine piecing DP blocks - perfect! I was grateful for that when making this wall hanging.

  3. I haven't ever done this block, I think I have an aversion to curved piecing, LOL!!

  4. Always love seeing your UGRR again Val! My UGRR is my only finished DP too but I knew I had an old DP project and was lucky enough to find a post where some blocks from it was featured. May have to dig that project out again but it probably won't be anytime soon!

  5. Val, that is a lovely quilt . . . it looks like the kind of cozy quilt that you would want to be wrapped up in on a cold winter night . . . so cozy and warm. Not to mention beautifully stitched.
    Here's wishing you a Very Merry Christmas!
    Your blogging sister,
    Connie :)


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