Aug 18, 2008

fungly fungly







I'm sure that most people have read an old English novel--you know the kind--the sweet young thing is seduced into eloping with the evil, rakish fellow, and she is "ruined." Tonya--these fungly quilt blocks have ruined me. I now can take a pile of scraps, and with little forethought, whip out a rather crooked quilt block in about 20 or so minutes! And it's so much fun, I may never make a fussy, exacting, quilt police quilt again! I didn't even know what kind of pattern this was going to be when I began. Between these blocks, and the mess of odd blocks and parts of blocks that I found it an old box of mine--I don't know how fungly I will achieve!

11 comments:

Michele said...

Nice fungly blocks you've got! Thanks for sharing!

dot said...

great fungly fabric. I like it.

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

Woohoo, another quilter "ruined"!!!!! Roz, you've made my day. So happy you're having fun playing.

Paula said...

Your fungly block is wonderful. Amazing fabrics!

woolywoman said...

You've tasted the honey, now. Free form forever!

Carol E. said...

I was thinking the same thing... can I (or do I want to) go back to exact measurements and matching seams/points???

jovaliquilts said...

fun! I mean fungly! They're great!

Jacquie said...

good for you Roz. i've yet to give this a try, but that box of 'ugly' fabric is calling me.

dhalpern3 said...

I'm not a quilter. I can't seem to get the idea of fungly straight.
However in freeform crochet we make scrumbles. Think it's along the same idea?
Diane

Finn said...

Hurray Roz, way to go! Love the fungly blocks. You've totally got it! Enjoy the liberation. Hugs, Finn

Bizarre Quilter said...

I love the cactus fabric. Ooh, I can't wait to start my fungly quilt!
Loz in Oz