Monday, June 11, 2012


Above is my contribution to the Modern Monday Quilt Along.  This is block #36 and not my favorite (all that piecing!).  It was supposed to be four small blocks of the letter H stitched together to make one block.  Well, I think I got carried away with my wonkiness.  Maybe no one will notice when I get all the blocks together.  Take a look at Alamosa Quilter and see what Lynn’s block looks like and then head over to see what Jennifer has in store for this week.

I have so many things to show you and not enough time.  However, I hope you will look forward to hearing about our Scrap Happy Quilters Bee that was held Saturday and Buffie’s words of wisdom about a Pandora’s box.  In another post I want to show pictures and tell you about our youngest Scrap Happy Quilter (you’ll be surprised), and I have more pictures from last week when I stopped in at the Doll Bee.  I really have been doing some sewing too and hope to show you my WIP on the Monster Quilt and my Story Quilt that I started with Mary Lou Weidman and my cow quilt from Mary Lou’s book.  I figure if I tell you now, I’m committed to get to work and finish these projects.  

Sew Sweetness is a blog that I haven’t seen before.  I love this tutorial for a planetary mini quilt. 

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Lynn said...

I love it Caroll! That one sort of off H is fabulous!

Mama Pea said...

I love it! I love how wonky your H's are. They are terrific! I don't think they are too wonky at all. They are perfect. Way to go! Great seeing you on Saturday!

Amanda said...

I love this block! I didn't realize they were Hs until you said something, but I think that makes it look neater.

Allie said...

GREAT block Caroll - love the colors together, I'm really looking forward to see this quilt all together. You're brave...I can't mention future projects on my blog...if I say it, I feel like I've done it, and it never gets finished!

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