04 August 2011


The Stitching Girls came over on Tuesday night and I spent the time cutting out Civil War blocks.  Sewed up some last night. 

New England Block

Ladies Aid Album

Little Blue (Pink) Basket

Fox and Geese

Union Square
White House

Blocks so far - the photo gives me a good idea of which fabrics need to be included.
I love making these blocks - another 17 and I will be caught up.  Our next Sylvia's Bridal Sampler block:

Rolling Stone
Beautiful spring weather today and the last few days - a lovely change from all the rain last month.
17 sleeps and Miss Diann will be here for a quick visit - I hope she brings some pickles.


Lorraine said...

Your blocks are looking yummy Lynda......they are fun to do aren't they!

Yvette said...

I love all of your pink blocks, such lovely fabrics.

Vicki said...

Blocks look great, Lynda. Wet and yukky here in Launceston!

LuAnn said...

I love your blocks all in shades of pink. Very pretty!

Maria said...

The blocks look great.Pinks must be your favorite colour.
I like to take a photo too to look at my quilts. gives you a better idea of the way we are going.

Kristyne said...

I am SO in love with your fabulously pink blocks! I didn't think it was possible to regret my Flower Sugar FWQAL ... ;)

Bev C said...

Hello Lynda,

Love the colour tones you have chose for the Civil War quilt. It is very pretty.
happy days and a bit of sunshine to you.

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Bec said...

How gorgeous do your civil war blocks look! They are so so pretty.....


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