I made a bunch of blocks in February! It’s time to report in to Shelly over at Prairie Moon Quilts. Shelly, you might know, is the keeper of the numbers (among other things) for The 350 Blocks Project.
I had a good month as far as getting blocks made, or as far as getting them counted, anyway. Most of what I’m counting is sewing blocks together, but hey, it still adds up!
Our goal for the month was 35 blocks. I am happy to say that I nailed it..and then some!
I’ve pieced three tops for The 70273 Project, so counted those as follows: Quilt #40: 16 blocks, Quilt #41: 25 blocks, and Quilt #42 (? I may be totally off on which numbers these quilts are, just know that there are three of them): 46 blocks. I have not put the outer borders on those yet, but since they are just four long seams, I’ll add three blocks in for March.
I also made another 24 individual blocks for the project, which surprised me. One or two here and there adds up to a bunch pretty quickly. I know 24 isn’t that many but I feel like I barely made any, so there you go
My little heart banner I counted as eight blocks. I know there are actually only three blocks in it, but there was a lot of piecing inside those blocks!
Lastly, I have four sections done for the Canning Season quilt. I am counting each section as a block since it has a bunch of pieces (16 per section). I am anxious to get back to that but haven’t sewn at all in several days. I’m hoping there’ll be time soon.
So, if my math is correct, I am counting 123 blocks for February. Yay me! That is, indeed, a bunch, right? I know that this won’t happen every month, so I’m pretty happy with it. That brings me to a total of 197 blocks for the year so far.
How many blocks did you make?