Monday, March 11, 2013


I’m still missing Modern Monday, so I thought I’d show you this block.  It looks rather modern to me.  When I first saw it on Quilting Lodge I couldn’t resist and had to give it a try.  The block is called Swirly Twirly Dresden.  It is paper pieced. 

While visiting the Quilting Lodge take a look at her Texas Teardrops Quilt Along.  I love that quilt and hope to find time to participate in the quilt along. 

On Another Note: Check out the calendar on the sidebar as there are lots of classes and events coming up.  The Stitch-in this month starts on Friday.  Call the shop for details.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!



Terry said...

Oh I love that block! I don't know how to paper piece...I wonder if I could learn. I love the quilt along quilt too, but it looks beyond me.

Sue Daurio said...

What a wonderful block!

Miss Nancy said...

Very modern! Love it! Thank you for the great link!

Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

Vicki {Quilting Lodge} said...

Wow! Love your version of the Swirly Twirly Dresden. I'm so flattered you made my block. :O) And thanks for the shout out on my upcoming Quilt Along.

Renee said...

Great little quilt block!

CeLynn said...

This block is on my list! Love how yours turned out!

Connie said...

Beautiful, beautiful block! I hope you'll take part in the Texas Teardrops QAL, I will!
Thanks for sharing.
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Lynn said...

What a fun block! I'm going to file this one in the "to try" folder.

Mama Pea said...

Wow is that COOL!

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