Sunday, March 25, 2018


Cathy sent me this picture.  She said that when she was at the Attic Window Quilt Shop..."Marilyn and maybe Chris were showing their blocks. They’re using civil war scraps to make blocks from that 100 block sampler block book you like. The pieces are just soooooo small."  LOL  I love the blocks.  I think she is talking about the book The Splendid Sampler by Pat Sloan and Jane Davidson.  I love that book!  You can get it at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.
When my great grandson came over I thought he might like to help me make more Monster blocks.  I am using the pattern from Shiny Happy World. I also took her Craftsy class and recommend it highly.  Anyway, this is the block my great grandson came up with.  I quilted and bound it so he could hang it on his wall.
This is the block I made.  I have nine of them completed and will start sewing the blocks together this week. 

  • Monday, March 26
    • UFO
  • Tuesday, March 27
    • Bee
    • Civil War BOM
    • Beginning Quilting
    • Embroidery Bee
  • Wednesday, March 28
    • Bees In The Attic Bee Hive
    • Retreat Bag Class
    • Beginning Quilting
    • Knotty Girls
  • She Can Quilt has a tutorial for a non-slip sewing machine mat.
Caring, Sharing, Creating Smiles


Annie said...

Marilyn’s and Chris’ quilt blocks are wonderful. And the monster blocks are terrifyingly fabulous! I imagine your great grandson is thrilled with his personal monster. The one you designed is so funny.

Allie-oops Designs said...

Nice blocks! I really love your monsters, Caroll!


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