Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Tetris Fun


I didn't participate in the charm swap for this, but I have so much fabric to play with and this is one of my favorite games!  I am using 2.5" squares instead of the 5" charms.  You still have time to join in; rules and basic instructions can be found here at Happy Quilting with Melissa.



The first block was July 17 - found HERE.  I printed the grid provided by Melissa, colored in my 'playing pieces', and then I used the 'web or 'mesh' method to sew my little blocks together.  Tutorial found HERE  on my Bingo Card instructions.  I did change around my red and green play pieces - better distribution of color. 

Hope you join in on a fun new concept - can't wait for the next block,

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

14 comments:

  1. Your block looks good Sharon. I remember playing tetris years ago. It was quite addictive!

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  2. You are so speedy Sharon!!! Your block looks awesome!! It is so fun to see how different everyone's block is turning out :)

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  3. Looks like a fun method Sharon :-)

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  4. I've never ever played Tetris, but you make it look like fun! Great block and I bet you had fun making it!

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  5. What a great idea of using 2.5" squares. I love your layout. I got mine done also. I was so excited to start.

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  6. Your block is looking great Sharon! I hesitated about joining in the fun but finally decided I can't add anything else right now. I'll just have to enjoy watching yours come to life :*)

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  7. Looks good Sharon. You looked like you were having so much fun, I decided I had to play Tetris too.

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  8. I love the way you block looks. I haven't made mine yet, but I am also going to use 2.5 squares.

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  9. Fun! I love the smaller squares. That was a great idea.

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  10. I always loved Tetris! What a fun premise for a QAL!! :)

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  11. Oh Sharon, love this! That last one is my favorite...i think the dimensional embellishment makes it for me! Definitely saving this one -- thank you!!! :)

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  12. I really like the idea of this 'along' and look forward to seeing yours play out.

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