Because we added ten more blocks to the book than are on the blog I asked Roseann Smith to make 8" versions. She used the reproduction fabric line 1862: Battle Hymn that we did earlier this year at Moda.
Courthouse SquareIt's a very somber collection, reflecting the sorrows of the war.
Old Maid's Puzzle
Roseanne loves to fussy cut and miter corners.
Sanitary Commission Nine Patch
So I said to her, "Let me put those blocks together." She said "Let me see those blocks."
I handed them over. They have been confiscated.
My theory is she didn't want me messing with her very nice blocks. She has a point. When she gets them together I'll show you.
Those look really beautiful with your fabrics. I still have some left, so plan on making some mini quilts with those. After christmas I will finish the one I made, time to start practicing my free motion.
Stunning blocks & the positioning of that first red fabric is wonderful! Look forward to seeing them together.
A beautiful and moving fabric collection.
These are really delightful and could easily be added to the back. I scattered some random leftover blocks on the back of a quilt once and it really looked cute
LOL loved this post.. and the blocks are stunning. The fabrics have a nice motion to them in the blocks.
Thanks for sharing
very nice and love the fussy cut effect.
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