A pin-tucked block! I cheated and used my pin tuck foot; which by the way, makes the job MUCH easier. The tucks are 1/2″ spaced and they give the linen a really nice look. And I love Echino! I can’t wait to see the finished project, with the varied direction of the pin tucks! Enjoy!
In the mail to you by Friday.
These are for you~Sorrel, this is such a gift from the heart~I was barely able to get through making these blocks without crying. I added in 2 fabrics from my stash and was able to complete 2 blocks. I’m including some strips with the blocks (as well as your leftover strips) in case you’d like to incorporate them in additional blocks. Hugs~
I haven’t been to the post office yet, sorry! I’ll get there soon with little packages for each of you.
I did want to let you know my friend Carmen is hosting a giveaway on her blog. . .follow the link and enter to win!
Have a good day!
May is my month for blocks~I’ll be mailing packages out Tuesday. Here’s a peek at what I’m asking for:
Basically, it’s the perfect way for me to de-stash my scraps and use my favorite Kona Solid~slate. Directions for construction will be included. The small squares will measure 1″ finished~I hope you’re all comfortable with this size. Because of all the piecing involved, I’m asking for just one block. Thank you all so much in advance. Have a good weekend~I’m judging 4H Fashion Revue tomorrow and planting our garden on Sunday~finally a sunny California day!
Here are my circles for Angie. . .what a great charity. The quilt will be loved.
Hope everyone is doing well!
Here’s my block for Adrienne. I went searching through her gallery and found a Denyse Schmidt improv quilt she herself had done with like colors; and I really liked it. So I went with a similar design. In her note she had indicated she was especially fond of the flower print~so I chose to center the design around the pretty blooms.