I really pushed to get the G block done, but I did it to myself, with all those little flowers, so it will get done but not by August 1! I promise I will not make a flower block that complicated again! Not just for my sake, but for yours too!Mary H. finished hers, so she is ahead of me, it is beautiful as you can see. She did a better job of placing the flowers, too. Not that the blocks must be identical, which is the beauty of appliqué, piecing is more exact, but you would think the “designer” would follow her own design. I got the flowers on there, since I didn’t have the pattern with me, so they got put where they are, wasn’t about to move them!
Couldn’t decide between Hellebore or Hollyhock, but finally decided on Hollyhock. Mostly to honor my poor lone Hollyhock that had been attacked by the deer. Not much green around for them to eat, so my flower garden has become the local deli for the deer! After they ate some of the leaves, my husband put a fence around the poor thing, so it would at least have a chance to bloom. We could fence off the whole area, but it really wouldn’t work well.Ella sent photos of her blocks, from the 2015 BOM; they are hand painted and very lovely. She is also going to to embroidery on them. Love it when someone thinks outside the box. It would not even have occurred to me to replicate the designs in paint, but why not?With this posting, the Electric Quilt versions for the past few months can be found on the Block of the Month Electric Quilt page. Sorry it has taken me so long.
September “I and J” Block of the Month
October “K” Block of the Month
November “L” Block of the Month
December “M” Block of the Month