Friday, April 5, 2013

Finished Blocks of the Month.

I am a part of two quilt alongs right now. The first 3 photos are my blocks from the virtual quilting bee being sponsored by Amy Smart at Diary of a Quilter.

These next three blocks are from the quilt class being held in my ward at church. These blocks represent the seasons, and I think the holidays as well. 

I'm pretty happy with the outcomes of all my blocks so far and I'm excited for these projects to be really finished.

Linking up with CMQs Finish it up Friday.


ipatchandquilt said...

Very nice blocks!

Prism said...

Dear Dedra,

Since you seem to have inherited all of the quilting skills that I was supposed to have (but clearly DON’T), and since I loved what you did with the hex blocks --I would like to send you the vintage hex blocks I got from mom (who got them from an old lady quilter).

Since to me, sewing each of these @$%^&(*&^%$#@! tiny freaking things together into one cohesive whole sounds like my personal version of hell, I would LOVE to send them to you! Send me your address (again!—and I promise THIS time it will make it into my address book!) and I will pop them into the mail, and you will get a care package from Ohio!

Your soon to be favorite cousin, Marie

Dedra C said...

I'm so excited! How big are the hexi's? How many would you guess you have?

I can't wait!

Ps, who were we supposed to have inherited our quilt skills from? I'm self taught. No one in my family quilts. You have me curious.

Prism said...

I didn''t measure the darn things! Maybe four inches? You will have to be surpised by how many-- and count them yourself-cause I' m never touching them again! Ha-ha! FREEDOM!

Aunt stephanie & aunt sheila (who share a house for easier stash access!) are crazy quilt ladies!

Another reason you need to come visit me--I live close to the amazing Amish fabric store, which specializes in quilt fabric.

Dedra C said...

I got them and I love them! Stay tuned for awesomeness.

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