A devastating earthquake hit Japan last weekend. The images on the news were hard to bear. To think that it was only a couple of weeks ago that it happened in Christchurch, NZ. Do you feel that there are disasters happening too often lately! Let's send them positive energy to help find more survivors.
On a brighter note I have been keeping up with CWQ blocks, but it's quite a challenge lately. A week comes faster than you think. I like to try to get it done at the same weekend the new pattern comes out on Saturday evening. The best part of making these blocks for me is deciding where on the block to use my 'F' fabric (the red one).
(Block 9 Birds in the air)
I always like Birds in the air block. I made a scraps quilt using this pattern once and still feel sentimental about the block. I'm happy I can use my 'F' fabric for the main corner.
(Block 10 Linclon's Platform)
This is really a churn dash block with one extra colour for the center. What makes all these blocks so special is the story behind them. To read the history of each block visit CWQ blog.
I hope you are keeping well. I haven't been visiting many blogs lately. Life seems to be running away with me this year!