Midget Mania – Block 17 (aka Midget Block 109)

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Another cute Midget Mania block. Who am I kidding? I think they're all cute.
This one would be fun to make in a larger size too. Even if you aren't a fan of 1930s fabrics, it's such a versatile block you could use just about any selection of scraps. Batiks, Civil War reproductions, brights or my current girly favorite - soft pastels.


Midget 109 pastel


The remaining Midget Mania blocks are drafted and most of the instructions are finished so we're going to wrap up our little adventure this weekend.
I have more things I want to share with you and it's Block of the Month time but I didn't want to muddle things up by putting new stuff in the middle of all this.

It's clean up day around here for me. Now that I have spare pairs of my new favorite $2 garden gloves I tweeted about last week I'm at it again.




Now you don't want that nasty bruise I got in an altercation with a tree limb but it you have a Meijer store in your area, don't walk, RUN over there....




and get yourself some of these $2.29 gloves. You wouldn't believe how they protect your hands. I've been digging rocks, clearing brush, hauling tree limbs, raking and now I'm cleaning the storage shed and they're still going strong. Best couple of bucks I ever spent!
Time for me to get moving and I'll let you work on the next block.

Midget Mania Block 17 - Night & Noon



Block 109





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2 Responses to “Midget Mania – Block 17 (aka Midget Block 109)”

  1. Amy August 6, 2010 at 12:23 pm #

    Hello Gayle,

    I just was adding this new pattern to my diagram and noticed that you also have block 50 placed in the second position in the ninth row. I was wondering which goes here, 50 or 109, and where the other goes in the quilt. Thanks so much for working on this and making it free for all of us. It is an awesome project!

    With Warmest Regards,
    Amy

  2. Kathy August 7, 2010 at 2:09 pm #

    I think Block 109 is the second block on line twelve of the quilt, and the one you have posted is block 50. My eyes are old and could well be wrong, but I have looked intently and think I am correct. I don’t mean to be a bother.

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