I'm still trying to catch up. Here are my Arkansas, Arizona, Hawaii, and Alaska.
On to Idaho and California.
Welcome to the Quilting Board!
Ckcowl - love these blocks! You've inspired me. I have the book...maybe I can catch up
Finally...finally...finally got the Georgia finished up.
I do payroll at work (one of many tasks) and we have had a system processing changeover ---arghhhhh---- messing with 200 people's payroll is NOT a fun switch! Talk about people getting testy...lucky for me, I was one of the few that actually knew what was going on so everyone else stayed in the dark and will never know about the trials and tribulations that it took to get them paid on the 15th...but my boss said I was "awesome", lol. Guess that was because his direct deposit went into his account.
So without further ado and sticking with the mainly 30's theme ....here's Georgia!
Howdies from Possum Trot (yes it does exist)
My most recent swap - Boomerang 14 - April blocks
Good morning, ladies. One of the best things about this thread is the wonderful color combinations I see in the blocks. It is such fun to see everyone's beautiful results.
I'm enjoying all the colors and different fabrics. There are some really nice blocks being done and you should all be very proud of your blocks - this project is going to generate some really stunning quilts! Great work everyone!!
When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments before he got it to work. A young reporter asked him how it felt to fail so many times. He said, "I never failed once. I invented the light bulb. It just happened to be a 2000 step process."
Vintagemotif, Very nice fussy cutting on your Hawaii block.
I love all of the blocks. It is amazing how wonderful they all look. They are all so different. Everyones colors are so pretty
I'm thinking about piecing the sashing using the fabrics that were used on the different blocks. Another option is finding a batik that picks up the colors of the blocks (this may be hard to do because of all the different colors used in the blocks). What do you all think? Any ideas/suggestions?