Canuck Quilter's butterflies escaped into the garden and I'm in awe of so many other RSC creations.
I'm linking up with SoScrappy's Saturday.
Also found time to make another Civil War style block. This one is called Jack in the Box.
I'm saving all the offcuts and leftovers from these blocks to make smaller blocks - maybe some of the Moda Blockheads?
I saw them used as the centre of Ohio Star blocks and I quite like the idea. Looks like I've got some catching up to do!
Your yellow block is beautiful!! And your Civil was block looks great too! Your making great progress!ReplyDelete
Beautiful blocks! I like the idea of using one block as the center of another. Go for it!!!!ReplyDelete
Your yellow block is really pretty; I love that pattern too! The CW war block is great too! At first sight, it reminded me of one of my Block Busters blocks, but no, it's not the same. You'd think I'd know that! ---"Love"ReplyDelete
12 HSTs in YELLOW brought together with sashing and a cornerstone to form a BEAUTIFUL block. Nice work!!ReplyDelete
Both blocks are great! The HST blocks will make a beautiful quilt. I've never made that CW block but I like it.ReplyDelete
Both your blocks are lovely. Your yellow is so bright and cheery. I do marvel at all those perfect points. I had a little peek at Canuck Quilter's garden; those butterflies are amazing.ReplyDelete
Both blocks are great, but I really love the Jack in the Box!ReplyDelete
Your,yellow block is great with the bits of lime and gold giving it a,lot of sparkle. The other block looks very imposing, strong and soldierly.ReplyDelete
Lovely blocks, as usual! Stay warm and dry and stitch on!ReplyDelete
I love that yellow block, so pretty. The civil war one is very pretty, too.ReplyDelete
Lovely blocks you have made thereReplyDelete
Oh...I just noticed...thank you for the link to my website tooReplyDelete