I just love binary code quilts. Remember when I did this one, for my son Ryan?? It spells Ryan ###### (our last name) in binary code vertically. We think it is kind of cool that it just looks like a random pattern of blocks to most people, but it really means something to us.
In light of that successful quilt, I figured I'd make another mini one for myself. Each zero or one block will finish at 3" x 3". There are eight zeros and ones in each letter (horizontally) so it will measure 24" across and 30" down (there are 9 letters and one space in the words). Here is a link to a binary code converter if you are interested in doing this yourself.... These are some zero blocks and some one blocks that I'm making from my huge stash of vintage shirts.
The left side shows a zero block. Two 1.5" x 3.5" strips on the sides, and three 1.5" x 1.5" squares up the middle. The right side shows a one block--all three strips are 1.5" x 3.5". Unfinished they will square up to 3.5" x 3.5". Easy peasy!
This will show how it is starting out...you are looking at a "z" and "e". ;-)
Well, I guess we'll see how it all turns out in the end. It is my daily project while I binge watch Breaking Bad for the third time!! Ryan is at band camp during the day, and Rebecca is back to work, so I'm a housewife (sort of). I should wrap this up by next week when I have to return to school.
I'll keep you up to date...Happy Quilting!