Saturday, February 11, 2012

And Then There Were Six

Six of 'em. All lined up at attention on my design wall. Looking so crisp and sweet.

Fourteen more are cut, and now that I've made a few, I don't have to lay them out and can use them as Leader-Enders with another project.

Stars in Their Eyes is nearly together. And It Takes All Kinds just needs to have her ties trimmed.

So I'm just a-wonderin' what WISP will stand up and  demand attention catch my eye?


8 comments:

*karendianne. said...

Ohh my aren't these beautiful. This is a block that I happen to really really really love.

LizA. said...

I was just looking at a tutorial for this block yesterday and thinking it would be nice with black background....or not ecause in my house it would quickly be white. Darn those little white spotted doggie hairs!

Janet O. said...

Love those Granny Squares. Sounds like they have demanded quite a bit of attention lately. Maybe they will step forward, despite your plans to relegate them to leader/ender status. You never know! : )

Char said...

Oops, you went over the edge. I'm still resisting, although I'm not sure how long that will last.

Pat said...

The way the edges of the blocks work out, it reminds me of a a crocheted afghan. Very sweet.

WV = mingle. huh? how did a real word get in here???

AnnieO said...

Fantastic! I love that the center squares stay the same but the "rounds" vary. Excellent reponse to ADQD, Nancy :)

Nann said...

I like 'em!
But I haven't figured out what "wisp" means in this context.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

They're lovely...

My guess for your what WISP query: the brightest and the shiniest! ;)