Monday, September 29, 2008

1930's Block of the Month



My local quilt shop has two patterns-a block and applique- available each month for $3-pattern and fabric! Each block is 6 1/2 inches. These are the last 6 blocks I have made. I love the fabric. I am involved with two different block-of-the-month projects there. This one ends in May of next year. I have a lot of patterns from previous months I still need to pick up and I need to learn how to applique! (you can click on the picture to make it bigger)

I need to make a to do list. I have so many projects that are in some stage of completion...

5 comments:

jacquie said...

love these 30's fabrics...i've got the list...i really need to prioritize and stop flitting from project to project. i've been itching to start new things...no, no, no!

Stephanie D. said...

I'm with you--I have a list on my bulletin board of projects in various stages of non-completion, but I never get any of them crossed off. I just keep adding to them!

QuiltedSimple said...

Love the 30's prints! I've done sort of well finishing up stuff - at least tops are getting done, if not actual quilting! Of course, I'm itching to start something so....
Kris

Gail :) said...

What a great way to try new techniques. I love the fabrics. I loved every minute of the sheet swap, well except for the post office stuff.

Nancy said...

I found your blog while looking for disappearing nine patch. Your work is beautiful. I have to quit reading and get to work on some of my projects.