from: Pam Perkey Bennett: “This is the first quilt i made for my grandson i really enjoyed the design that i created.”
from: Linda Deis: “Made from Moda jelly rolls. Very easy, strip piecing. Block size is 6″ to accommodate the jelly roll. Went together in a snap. Going to a friend of my daughter’s as a thank you for loaning her beach house for a long weekend this fall. Yes, there was a pattern at one time. No I don’t have it. It’s all based on a six inch block using 2-1/2″ strips. Can be made from scraps.”
from: Denice Korcal: “Here is my latest orphan block project. Made a nifty wall hanging.”
from: Quilted by Vicki: “Made this quilt as a tablecloth for my cousin whose cousin is decorated with roosters. My aunt hand embroidered the blocks and I set it together and quilted it with a fun chicken wire pattern. I shipped it to her yesterday, can’t wait until she receives it.”
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