I made some more blocks following the direction of Primitive Gatherings. I'm definitely not doing them mini as a lot of others seem to be doing but I'm okay with that! Not sure if I mentioned that I'm using the fabric I bought for the Farmgirl Quilt, which isn't getting done any time soon! Fun fabrics and nice for a change!
Here are the 5 I've done; there's a new one this week which I need to get done today as we are driving back to California tomorrow. This weekend we get the kids so we are excited about that!
I'm not certain how they will be set when all the blocks have been done but I am enjoying the process so far!
I wanted to give you an idea of the view outside our windows here at the cabin. There is probably a good 3' of snow on the ground and my husband has spent most every day outside shoveling both the ground and the roof! When I took this picture yesterday morning, there are frozen ice on all the trees. Not sure it came out in this picture. The trees were all white from ice! Not snow!
News of the quilt a long:
The block is also know as Goose in the Pond. Thanks to all who reminded me of that. I also wanted to let you know that you can do as few blocks or as many as you want. If you don't want a huge project, make 4 blocks and you'll have a small quilt, if you add a little border.
I'm delighted with so many interested people!!
And now for a small giveaway:
I have a small little spiral book with a couple of patterns called "Farmhouse Quilts, Tea for Two" by Liberty Homestead. If you're interested in winning this, send me a comment with your email address, please. I'll draw a winner on Sunday!