Saturday, June 2, 2012

Setting Ideas

More ideas on sets. 2004 was the 150th anniversary of our town's founding so Mary, Joyce and I worked on this sampler of 9 blocks. No pattern---they are cleverer than I.

The two authors I go to when I am looking for setting inspirations are Sharyn Craig

Here's one of her ideas.

And Margaret J. Miller

This one's from a Jennifer Chiaverini sampler

And this one for the Civil War blocks is from RCCheryl.

I'm not going to post every Saturday---but I will do an occasional Saturday post. I'll leave the patterns up here, so you can access them by scrolling backwards in time.

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I'm working on blocks and posts for the Grandmother's Choice blog on the fight for women's rights and I'll let you know when I start the posts there too.


Phyllis said...

Thank you for all the information you post. I have learned so much from reading your blog and look forward to the new blocks you will be posting. Have a wonderful weekend. Thanks again.

Denniele said...

Love your setting. Can always count on you to make it unusual and that always appeals to me the most.

Cheryl K. said...

What a singular surprise and treat it is to see my Civil War quilt for my brother and his wife highlighted on your blog!

WoolenSails said...

I use blogger to keep up with new postings, a nice way to make sure I don't miss anything.


Rachel said...

Gorgeous, all of them!!

kathyinozarks said...

beautiful ideas

JoAnn SweetPepperRose said...

Simply stunning, every single one!

Alyssa said...

These are really lovely quilts, I can't just ignore them. Thanks for the ideas shared here. Stay blessed. :)

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Anonymous said...

Thank for all the information with the blocks your posting, I the Civil War period, love learning about it, and looking forward to the blocks you are going to post.Thank you so much!

Unknown said...

What a wealth of information you are. Thanks so much.