I’ve had these blocks for some time. I take them out every now and again, trying to figure out what to do with them. You can see how much they vary in size.
I finally have a plan. But it requires lots of unsewing.
As each block gets unstitched, de-threaded, and pressed, the pieces get clipped together. I want to keep the pieces from each original block together.
I have everything I need in this vintage enamel pan, so I can visit with family or watch TV while I work on this.
Have a great day!
Are those Churn Dash, or Hole in the Barn Door? I can never remember. ??) Dawn
Did you make these, or another?
have fun reverse sewing. i’ve been meaning to ask where you found your vintage enamel pans. they remind me of my granny’s kitchen. patti in florida who is safe from hurricane ian but still having to boil water
You are so dedicated to vintage block redos! I admire that. Im trying to catch up with my blog reading. It is nice to see you keeping those vintage blocks alive!!
I’m looking forward to your plan!
I’m the same. I have an odd number of Christmas Churn Dash Blocks that I have no idea what I want to do.