A blog about my life and quilts especially! This plaid quilt was made by me...pattern by Evelyn Sloppy in her Strings book!!
You have had a productive day, rest a bit, then sew some more!
lovely blocks......nothing better then home grown tomatoes.......
Way to go on the pinwheel blocks: they'll look fabulous in any setting - on point or sashed. Sun-ripened tomatoes are yummy. Enjoy!
Awesome blocks. You did accomplished a lot today, but then again, when don't you? :^) Can't believe you already have tomatoes ready to eat!! Wow! We barely get into the 20'degrees yet. Enjoy! ;^)
Love your pinwheel blocks! What is the name of the block? How large are they? Maybe answer in a later post???~Curious in Shelby
Those blocks are all beautiful! Just wondering; if you set them on point without sashings will they appear to be set straight? (I'm trying to see them in my mind's eye, which is blind most of the time.) I'm having computer problems again. If this posts twice, just delete this one. ---"Love"
So in love with your blocks!!You never sit idle, Julie. You are amazing!
HI Mama Joan...I did mention the source in a post or two back...enjoy!!
Enjoy seeing all your projects. Your blocks are looking great! I may have missed the info, what pattern are you working from?
Those blocks are very, very nice; what is the block name? Your excellent gardening efforts are providing a treat for not only the eye but the tummy as well! :)
Delightful blocks and I can't believe you have home grown tomatoes already. I just put the snow shovel away.
Love these blocks, will make a fabulous quilt..
Pretty, pretty blocks. I never use batiks but they work very well in this block design.
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