Regina from Germany has sent photos of her two pieced samplers
made from a Block of the Week I designed about 5 years ago.
Mary Britton's label
Grandmother's Choice had 36 blocks chosen for their relationship to women's right to vote and a separate blog address:
Regina has created a website for German quilters to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's voting rights in Germany in 2018 with an index to each pattern.
She also has a blog with her progress on her two quilts:
Detail of Mary Britton's quilt
Lavonna made one for her son
Regina did two versions
Sandy put a frame around each block
That has to be great to see these quilts, even several years after the sewalong. I always say great quilts cannot be rushed!
Hello and many greetings from Germany! It has been great to sew these quilt! And thanks for mentioning my blog! And a big thanks too for your permission using the instructions for the blocks once again!
Best wishes from Regina
What a surprise to see my quilt ("Mary Martha's") on your posting. You probably found it on the Mary and Martha Tours blog site. It was completed in 2014 and I used only William Morris fabrics, most all of them from the British fabric company, Rose and Hubble. I named it "William Meets Barbara". Our tours in England included many William Morris sites. I recommend The William Morris Gallery in London to anyone interested in William Morris. Check out their web site if you can't visit in person.
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