Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Robot Blocks

Beginnings of the new Robot Quilt.
No plan involved other than finished 14" squares. 
It's so fun to just pick-up scraps and start sewing.
Am I on the right track, SJ?
I still have a crush on those little Robots. Scraps came from this quilt.


  1. I can see why you have a crush on the little Robots! It is so hard to find the perfect boy fabric.

    Enjoy your robots,

  2. Amy, that's so cute!! I love the freestyle blocks - it's so relaxing to sew that way!! And yours are just adorable. I hope my daughter gets a little boy in her adoption so I can do some of these cute little boy quilts!!

  3. How fun! And great photo staging!

  4. Adorkable! Who knew robots could be so cute?

  5. Hi,

    Very pretty:)
    I followed my blog, please

  6. So cute! I love those blocks.

  7. How cute and a fast little project.

  8. Hi!!!
    It's the first time I visit your blogg...It's wonderful!!!
    Thanks to showing us!!!

    A kiss from Spain!


  9. DEFINITELY on the right track! Those colors are just screamin' fun.

  10. I can tell already that it is going to be awesome Amy!

  11. These look great! I really like the bright colors you use in your blocks.
    It's going to turn out awesome!

  12. These are so cute. I love the fabric. Where did it come from? What line is it? Thanks!

  13. What a great use of scraps! I may have to copy you once again!


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