First of all...Happy Mother's day to all you wonderful mothers out there. I hope you all are having a fabulous day filled with love!
I can't believe how fast Sunday comes along and once again it's time to share another block from the Civil War Sampler Book by Barbara Brackman. This one is called "Hovering Hawks". The description is too long to post and I'd be surprised if anyone even read it. LOL
Here are the first 5. Now head on over and see what wonderful colors Karen has put together for hers.
Last week I was at Sew Many Quilts here in Bend and saw the next Block of the Month they are offering. It's called "Freedom Rings" by Paula Barnes of Red Crinoline Quilts. It's absolutely stunning and I'm trying really hard to keep from signing up for it. The colors are so "me" and I'm really drawn to them but am focusing on working with what I currently have going. If you'd like to sign up, give them a call. They would love to have you in the club. It starts this month.
Also in the shop is a trunk show from Kathy Schmitz. It's so fun seeing all her quilts in one place.
The embroidery on her quilts is so rich looking.
At our embroidery group on Tuesday, Linda showed us her finished background for the Buttermilk Basin little monthly mats. Check out her crazy stitches. She's the queen of embroidery, that's for sure.
Barb just finished a baby quilt for her niece. The little chenille charm squares just make this quilt. She got them off of ebay a few years ago but I did a search and you can still get them. Hmmmm, I have a couple of baby quilts to make soon.
Aren't they wonderful?
Have a great week everyone! See you with the next installment.