SAHRR 2024: Round Three

by | Feb 5, 2024 | 18 comments

Welcome to Round Three of the Stay at Home Round Robin 2024!! This week’s prompt is provided by Emily of The Darling Dogwood! The prompt for this week is triangles! Make your triangles however you choose and link up on Emily’s blog HERE.

I am using leftover scraps from past Island Batik projects and here are my triangles. This block is called Triangle in a Square, or sometimes called the V Block! My little blocks measure just 2″ finished. I will go ahead and tell on myself. I intended for these blocks to be 4″, but grabbed the AccuQuilt dies which are in the companion set of my 4″ Qube. I didn’t think twice that they would make a 2″ block instead of a 4″ block. AFTER I had them all cut AND stitched together, I realized my mistake! So, I’m taking the Bob Ross attitude. We don’t make mistakes, just happy little (being the operative word) V blocks! LOL

That’s my story…and I’m sticking to it! LOL

At any rate, here is my happy little quilt to this point!!

Now, decide how you will interpret this round and go link up with Emily at The Darling Dogwood, as she is hosting the linky party for this week! Remember you interpret each prompt and it’s placement as YOU see fit! There are no quilting/designing police in this SAHRR!! Some of my blocks will be four inches and some will be other sizes. It’s all up to you! Make one block or make a row, or even a border – or four!

Visit each of the co-hosts and take a look at their interpretations of this round.

January 15: Gail hosted the first linky party … showing your center blocks … but you’ll have to visit each of the SAHRR co-host bloggers to see their blocks.
January 22: 1st Round:   Wendy @ Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life
January 29: 2nd Round:   Anja @ Anja Quilts
February 5: 3rd Round:  Emily @ The Darling Dogwood
February 12: 4th Round:  Brenda @ Songbird Designs THAT’s ME!!
February 19: 5th Round: Gail @ Quilting Gail
February 26: 6th Round:  Kathleen @ Kathleen McMusing
March 18:Parade: showing all of your finished SAHRRs!

We reached out to several companies that we all LOVE and many of them agreed to sponsor the SAHRR 2024!!! We will keep track of all of the participants that link to our Linky parties each week. We will make a list and use a random number generator to choose the winners for each prize! So, if you link up to 3 Linky parties, you will have 3 opportunities to win! If you don’t have a blog or Instagram account, contact me, or one of the other co-hosts and we will post your SAHRR on our blog. This way you still have an opportunity to win!

I’m linking up with Emily at The Darling Dogwood, for this round. See you there!! Until next time…

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18 Comments

  1. anudge

    Perfect placement of your triangles. Love it.

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  2. Emily

    I looked at your post the day you posted but I don’t think I ever commented. I love how you used the triangles as corner accents! This is looking very fun!

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  3. JanineMarie

    The 2-inch squares look great in that border. Such an inventive way to go around the corner!

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  4. kewagner7d65629885

    Very fun corners on this border!

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  5. quiltinggail

    I love your happy accident blocks! So pretty and they look great! 🙂

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  6. Kathleen McCormick

    Love the happy accident. I am jealous of the block companion, I should get one for my 8″ block set….it would be so nice! But first, incorporate the apartment studio into the cottage before any acquisitions!

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  7. Sandra Walker

    Well, I think those happy little accident triangles looks just terrific! I really like your quilt so far 🙂

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  8. rl2b2017

    Hi again! It’s a twofer-Tuesday. I love seeing your posts in my inbox. Aww, those widdle V-blocks look fabulous in each corner. Just the perfect touch, in my book. Happy accidents are just that – very happy! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  9. Karrin Hurd

    Looking great! I remember Bob Rosses happy accidents. I have those frequently

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  10. piecefulwendy

    Definitely a very happy accident because they frame your quilt so well! I love them!

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  11. Janie Bettis

    Goodness, your placement of the happy little triangles is so complimentary to your design!! I don’t know, it’s almost like your cute birdie is singing!

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  12. Karen

    I look through your batiks and see some that I have – I do love batiks.

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  13. Daryl

    Your SAHRR is coming along and looking great!

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  14. Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting

    I love your little V blocks–very happy indeed!!!

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  15. texasquiltgal

    Your happy little V blocks look really nice in the corners!

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  16. Kat Scribner

    I love the beginnings of this quilt and the creative journey of the SAHRR !

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  17. Gretchen

    The V blocks look very nice, I like the effect they have in the corners. Happy stitching!

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