The Gypsy Wife Quilt Progress

The Gypsy Wife Quilt pattern by Jen Kingwell

I’ve talked before about this pattern and I’m so thrilled to be working on it again!  I have decided to take a slightly new approach on blogging about my progress.  I’m going to take a bit more of a methodical route.  There are a lot of different blocks that go into this quilt so let’s take a look at how I’ve progressed.

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Here are the blocks I have finished so far!  I’m finding these blocks are easy to squeeze into the few minutes of sewing time I try to find each day! I’m SO going to love this quilt!!!!  With each block I’m falling more and more and more in love with it!

color wheel

Colour Wheel

Pershing

Pershing

From the Heart

From the Heart

Hope for Hartford

Hope from Hartford

Crazy Anne

Crazy Anne

Star Block

Star Block

Indian Hatchet

Indian Hatchet

Puss in the Corner  - no border

Puss in the Corner

Puss in the Corner with borders

Puss in the Corner with Border

Nurses Cross

Nurses Cross

Half Square Triangle Block Half Square Triangle

Half Square Triangle Blocks

Old Maid Puzzle Old Maid Puzzle

Old Maid Puzzle

I have all my ‘main’ blocks done!  Now it’s time to get working on the filler blocks!

Filler Blocks

I’ve listed the basic filler blocks below.  Some of these will need borders added, others square in a square borders.  I’ll update the description as things progress. 

Pinwheel Blocks

  • 4 – 4” Blocks
  • 2 – 4” Blocks with borders
  • 1 – 3” Block
  • 2 – 2.5” Blocks

Courthouse Steps

  • 1 – 8” Block
  • 1 - 7” Block
  • 1 – 5” Block
  • 2 – 4” Blocks

Hourglass Blocks

  • 2 – 3” Blocks
  • 1 – 2” Block

Square in a square blocks

  • 1 – 2.5” Block
  • 23 – 3” Blocks
  • 1 – 3.5” Block
  • 10 – 4” Blocks

 

Linking up to Crazy Mom Quilts and TGIFF!

3 comments:

  1. I love all of your fabrics! I was going to comment on the music note fabric, as well! I adore it! I am making a Gypsy Wife myself, and I think it's so fun to see how the fabrics change the look of the blocks! My star is quite different from yours, but I love them both! Good luck as you continue (I know I need it!).

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  2. This quilt is on my to do list someday. Love it and your fabric choices are fabulous!

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