Monday, September 7, 2015

Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah! Someone's in the Kitchen I Know, Oh, Oh, Oh!



Wheel of Fortune blocks 
from the book History Repeated. 
This makes 26 blocks and I need 36. I think I have 10 more unique kitchen themed fabrics.
I have something fun planned for the sashing. I need to experiment a bit to see if my idea will work. 
I was worried I wouldn't have enough of that pale yellow background but now I think I will. 


Glad I have the day off. I just noticed yesterday that the grapes are ripe. It's time to get in the kitchen and make grape butter. My husband made wine from them last year so this year it's my turn to use them.  I love homemade jam on homemade biscuits. 

15 comments:

Ramona said...

Oh these blocks are just too cute! I LOVE your kitchen prints!! And the title of your post. :)

Bonnie said...

Very cute blocks. Amazing you have that many kitchen related fabrics!

Teresaquilts said...

what a fun quilt

Kaja said...

What a great selection of kitchen fabrics - they really made me smile.

carol fun said...

LOVE these blocks... I'll be singing right along with you...can't wait to see the sashing!

Julianne said...

Those are some great fabrics in those blocks, love it!

Libby in TN said...

What fun fabrics! I like theme quilts.

Julierose said...

Oh these are so cute--all you need is the banjo now!! Will keep my eyes open for one...hugs, Julierose

gayle said...

I'm trying to picture that many unique kitchen prints. Then I'm trying to picture a stash that *includes* that many unique kitchen prints...
Eclectic. That's all I've got to say. Eclectic.

Sue SA said...

Great fabrics, what a cute idea!

Stephie said...

Great stuff! I think the 'eat' fabric is my favourite hands down! It's going to be a really fun quilt.

desertskyquilts said...

Those fabrics make this block look SO different!

Ann said...

What adorable kitchen-themed fabric. Love the large scale of the prints.

Kate said...

Very fun blocks, love those fabrics.

The Quilting Elf said...

Totally cool blocks and I love that theme!

Kathy T. in Tampa