This week I pulled out a project I had started over a month ago, the vintage farfalle quilt. I had most the squares cut, but didn't get to sewing them since I got a little sidetracked on a couple other projects. I have a hard time with that. Always so many things I want to do, that I might start something, but can easily get sidetracked.
I've sewed all the small blocks together, and now I need to sew the quilt top together. I'm so excited that this is starting to come together quickly!!
These are such fun and easy blocks. I cut all my squares at 4 1/2 inches, and cut my pattern squares in half to make two triangles. I then sewed them on a corner like you do in one of the steps of the wonky star block. Easy peasy!!
My inspiration came from this lovely quilt from Blue Elephant Stitches, which was inspired by Ashely's farfalle quilt! When I saw it on Pinterest quite some time ago, it went straight to the top of my list!! I pretty much kept mine the same except for adding pink, and then am alternating the way the triangles are going in each row.