Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Superhero Blocks continued....

I came up with this great Spider-man block. I thought this block would be really hard with the legs, but when I was sketching it out first, I realized that I could make one block and cut it into pieces to create the legs!


OK, my Superman block, needs work!



I improved my Green Lantern block by adding the green around it:

The menagerie, or Superhero headquarters, so far:


Also managed a couple more fabric postcards for this month's guild swap. The top one is "The Butler did it Again" and the bottom is "Autumn Trails". I am really going out on the embellishments with that one (read sarcasm) I used some gold thread and did some french knots! Embellishments go outside my 'comfort zone'!

8 comments:

Tracey in CT said...

The spiderman block is great! Smart move with the cutting apart and rearranging! I'll have to keep that idea in mind myself!!!!

And I think the Superman block looks good as-is.

Jen said...

Just love your spider! And the S is super, too.

atet said...

Love those superhero blocks. The S looks good to me! I also love the Batman one -- don't know what your husband is talking about :0).

Quilt Pixie said...

WOW! The Superman "s" is great! I love it the way it is.... and your spider, he's just cute ;-)

Carol E. said...

Ditto all the above. I love the spider AND the S.

Malagueta said...

The spiderman blocks are completely awesome! What a fantastic idea--and so well realized. Cool!

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

wonderful blocks. that's a great way to make a spider! I think that Superman S is fantastic. I'd add a bit more red on the upper right to make it more triangular and leave it. fabulous.

sewnut said...

The SuperHeroes blocks are SUPER! I will be back to check on your progress :)