Another Kind of Block





I love weird and wacky things so when I found these blocks under the Christmas Tree with my name on them you can imagine my smile!!

Words like Ice Cube Tray, Kazoo, Litter Box, Toupee, Power Saw, Graffiti and Zombie can't help but make you laugh, The retro graphics are so entertaining.
A little Odd block.
Maybe someone should make wooden blocks with quilt blocks on them. How pretty would that be!! A great way to plan sampler quilts. Or if you didn't know what block to use in a quilt you could just roll a wooden block like a dice. What do you think or should I stop before I get too silly.
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Another Kind of Block

14 comments

  1. I like how this post starts with the Sassy block and ends with the Silly one. Describes some of my days quite well.

    Think of all the possibilities with a Roll The Dice Quilt Program. You may be onto something.

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  2. Those blocks are fabulous! What a great find!

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  3. I love the blocks, what an excellent present. A great idea for the quilt blocks too.

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  4. Ooooooh I want some too. This is the second set I've seen and they are just so fun and funky. Awesomely cool gift to receive. I bet you had the biggest grin ever!
    And I agree, reckon you could be onto a winner with the quilt block blocks.

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  5. I want some! I bet they were from GBF. What a guy.
    Glad to hear you've moved in - hope it all went ok - I'll be visiting soon!

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  6. They are pretty groovy. What a great present.

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  7. Lucky you! what a great gift! I like the idea of throwing the wooden blocks like dice and decide on the quilt. Sort of fun to wonder about what next!

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  8. Love the blocks ! Happy New Year!

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  9. Fab blocks - both the real and the imaginary ! Happy New Year :)

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  10. fun! where does one find something like that?!! :)

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  11. lovely; but the yoga cube looks painful!

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  12. I want to roll the die and see what block to use in my next quilt! Great idea.

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