Tazzie's done with number 2
Rosemary Youngs sent two
See one of her books:
After I posted Number 2 I realized I should have done a web search for the inspiration quilt. I found it!
See the original from the Abolition Fair at Historic New England by clicking here:
And Mary's done
at Quilting in Oz
I also finished North Star today.
I have finished mine too. I will be looking forward to Saturday's from now on. It's very interesting seeing everyone's fabric choice.
I finished mine today too. These are just gorgeous!!!
The era in history is not my favorite, but I do love the story you tell with each block. I couldn't resist---I am sewing along. I am enlarging my blocks though to 12 inches rather than the 8. I hope the other's will be as easy to enlarge. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity.
I love the link to the inspiration quilt. It makes it so much more real. I'm waiting for myh FQ bundle to arrive before I can start sewing, but I'm looking forward to it!
I love these blocks. I can't thank you enough.
I've completed mine, you can view it here:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Beautiful stars! And interesting story - thank you, Barbara! I did mine today, posted on my blog too.
I'm going to give it a try, you're explanation is so good, maybe a finaly will get the hang of inch. That's the greatest trouble I have, living in Belgium, we use meters. So fingers crossed and thank you so so much
I set aside a part of my design wall for the blocks...in sight in mind!
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I finished mine today too
I love these blocks and interesting story - thank you, Barbara
Posted on my blog http://opoesnieuwtjes.blogspot.com/
Thank you. I have finished my North Star also.
Daughter and I have finished our blocks:
This is wonderful! I'm so excited to get started! Thank you so much ~ Take Care
I couldn't resist joining this one, I've been wanting to play with my reproduction fabrics!
Thank you so much for this BOW and for all the historical comments and photographies.
I added a link on my blog to share with my friends in France.
I found your blog by accident while I was poking around on the internet and I am really enjoying making the blocks. I am really interested in Reproduction Fabrics and I have quite a few of your books. I am also signed up for your current 'Quilt Detective' newsletter. It is all so very interesting! I have ordered a fat quarter bundle of your latest fabric from Sew Unique and some yardage to complete the quilt - this is going to be alot of fun! Best wishes and thankyou,
Carol from Mildura, Australia.
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