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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Quintessential Quilting

Yes-I had to use spell check to spell quintessential correctly. Thanks for asking.

Finally getting around to posting pictures of my quilt blocks. These are the two I finished just this week around midnight the night before my class. Yea, I like to do things at the last minute. Actually, I don't-that's just how it worked out.

I don't think I ever mentioned that this is a Civl war quilt so all the blocks are named for States on either side of the Mason Dixon line. In fact, the pattern name is North and South. Clever, eh?

This block is called the Oklahoma Ladder


This block is called Baton Rouge, LA

Baton Rouge, LA

Now, add these to the first two I finished-Indiana Puzzle

Indiana Puzzle

and Philadelphia Pavement

Philadelphia Pavement

and I've done a grand total of four! I should have 8 done by now! And they technically aren't supposed to give me the new blocks until I've finished the ones from the previous hopefully nobody reading this blog will squeal on me. I'll eventually catch up.





orangemily said...

They look wonderful! I love the theme.

HeidiPie said...

Look at you all Quilter Bee! Good for you, they look great!

Annj said...

Beautiful quilt blocks. I have always wanted to quilt but never had anyone patient enough to teach me. So far all i have ever done is square blocks, I guess its a start right? I am anxious to see what your quilt looks like when you are done.

Bonnie said...


ty said...

Looking at the pictures in your post got me wondering if anyone has ever done a round pieces quilt, into a round quilt. Probably, but I haven't seen one. So would you have to use a round frame? JK. BTW, good job.

Holly at Tropic of Mom said...

Oh, look at you! I'm so impressed.

Karen said...

Love, love, love the Oklahoma Ladder!!! I can not say enough how I wish I had had a way to take this class with you!