Sara Reimer Farley's Civil Quilt
(Not a Civil War quilt, but a Civil Quilt)
We've been following Sara's blocks all year as she's
inked advice for a civil society in each.
Some other finished tops.
Cynthia Brouillard set three rows of four
with a checkerboard stripe between.
Each of her blocks has a bird print.
Her own set.
Dorry Emmer used the official set and an interesting palette that
is not quite right in this photo.
It's more like this.
38" x 38"
Linda DeMuth did the small blocks.
Kay Gentry's on-point set with applique edge blocks.
Lynn Graff set hers on point with the nine patch between them
but shaded it in a different way.
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What a lovely variety here. Thanks for sharing them with us Barbara.I just love the first one, Sara's "Civil Quilt", for it's originality and ingenuity.
These are lovely and so interesting in the different choices we make for fabric placement and settings. Thanks for showing us the basics and allowing us to take them wherever we go. And love the stories, of course!
I see so many great versions! Love all the variety and the reasons why!
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