Yay.. i have finally finished my signature swap blocks and i can't tell you what a relief it is to get them done, all 54 of them!!
Don't get me wrong, i really did enjoy making them. It just feels like that's all i've been doing for weeks & weeks & weeks.
I've even been dreaming about flying-geese blocks lol!!
here are my blocks strewn across the deck...
which, when combined with the signature blocks will make up the Friendship Album Quilt... (The Civil War Sewing Circle by KathleenTracy)
on Thursday, i bundled up all the blocks into neat little packages and sent them off, on their long journey heading north.. to Sue in Virginia, USA
i couldn't resist popping in a little pressie for Sue :)))
here's what i've been up to in the last twenty-four hours.
i've been working on this month's SQ challenge, which happens to be a quilt that i made in 2011...
~ Little Red Schoolhouses ~
and it just so happens that i had the perfect border fabric, (la petite ecole by French General) but where could it be?? Believe it or not i actually remembered where i'd put it.. now that's gottta be a first lol!!!
i love the floating alphabet.. makes the perfect border for a tiny schoolhouse quilt, don't you think??
it's tiny compared to its big sister.. 16 x 16 inches.
i love my little red schoolhouse quilt almost as much as....