The Economy Block - Three Methods, Three Sizes
Updated: Mar 25, 2018
So I volunteered to run the block lotto at the Toronto Modern Quilt Guild. And I said I would make a video to explain it all. I thought it would take 2 days, three max. Two weeks later I published my video.
I'm not sure what I was thinking having no experience making a video. The minute I started I knew I was in trouble. It was as boring as watching paint dry. It was awful. The footage of making the blocks was painful to watch.
I'm sure if I hadn't been on the hook with the guild for a how-to, I probably would have retreated, decided Youtube was not for me and no one would have been the wiser. But instead I had over promised...two days...and everyday for two weeks I lived in fear of an email or text from the executive asking for the video.
So I dove...I dove deep.
It was the steepest learning curve I think I've ever been on. Every day from morning to midnight I was either recording, researching or editing. No meals were made, no laundry done, no friends or family.
I did have a bazillion economy blocks made by the end which now I will have to turn into a quilt. Stay tuned for a future blog where I put them all to together.
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