Monday, August 13, 2012


Okay, I admit this looks nothing like the pattern Jennifer put up last week.  I know I have a difficult time following instructions; however, I did this on purpose.  I think I wrote that I’m making this quilt for my 16-year-old grandson.  He asked that I don’t use any more flowery fabrics.  I figured he wouldn’t want an apron either, so I fiddled with the pattern, took off the top and bottom, added a few more blades and made it into something I thought would blend nicely with the other blocks.  I think it will fit into my quilt just fine.  To see how the pattern was supposed to look, check out Alamosa Quilter and see what Lynn’s block looks like.  Then go over to Jennifer’s blog and get the pattern for this week. 

Attention-Happenings at the Attic Window Quilt Shop:

Special Sale on Clearance Fabrics
50-75% off all clearance fabrics during the month of August.

Month of August and Septembe
r - Sign up for a class and receive a coupon for 1/2 off your second class, good until December 31, 2012. (excludes BOMs, and special events)

More reminders:

The AQS Quilt Show and Contest is being held at DeVos Place Convention Center here in Grand Rapids, MI August 22-25. 

The West Michigan Quilters’ Guild, “Quilts on the Grand” show is October 5-7 at the DeltaPlex Arena.  Mark your calendar now!

Film In The Fridge has a nice tutorial for a Converging Corners block.  Check it out.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Lynn said...


Mama Pea said...

I love it! and it's totally the right choice since this is for your grandson!!!


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