I’m a bit late in getting this photo up. These blocks have been done and on the design board for a while. Thought I’d better get a picture before I start sewing it all together. There’s a bit of a surprise ending that I didn’t want to spoil. I am working on putting all of the pictures from the quilt and it’s story on one of my website pages to keep it all together. So soon you’ll be able to see the progression all in one spot. I am still on track to have the pattern available mid-May. Stay-tuned… If you think you may be at all interested in a kit, let me know that, too. If there is enough interest, I will figure something out!
I think I finally have a name – “Dandelion Wine” keeps dancing in my head. The dark orange blocks are made from a dandelion block print. It is my favorite fabric in the quilt. Growing up in an immigrant neighborhood, I have lots of memories of neighbors making salad and wine from the weed that most people now spend a lot of money on herbicide trying to get rid of! 40 years ago, it was practically a crop in our neighborhood!
The blocks aren’t sewn together, so they are just a bit skewed.