First I went to the ReTails thrift shop where I picked up these great patriotic fabrics. I always love red, white, and blues!
Then, I tried a new sewing shop I unexpectedly came across. It was the Sew Unique Sewing Center, www.sewuniquefabrics.com. They had a nice selection of quilting fabrics and some terrific new machines for sale. I picked up a couple of fat quarters for my Dear Jane quilt.
I couldn't resist this cute, quilty clipboard I found at yet another thrift shop. It has magnets on the back, so I can put it on my refrigerator with a reminder list of all my "things to do", write blog, bake apple pie, kiss the kids, etc.
I worked on two more blocks for my Dear Jane quilt, E9, Quilt Jail, and D-12, Crossed Swords. Crossed Swords kind of reminds me of the Star Trek symbol. Here, as I promised are my B row blocks. I'll post the Row C blocks next time.
|B-1 Batchelor Buttons|
|B-2 Sweet Tater Pie|
|B-3 Mirror Image|
|B-4 Chris's Soccer Field|
|B-5 Hot Cross Buns|
|B-6 Wild Goose Chase|
|B-7 World Series|
|B-8 Water Lily|
|B-9 Tinker Toy|
|B-10 Jud's Trophy|
|B-11 Melissa's Cross|
|B-13 Four Corner Press|
Here's a sneak peek at my next sensational pattern, Primrose Promise. Just a little more testing and tweaking and it will be available in the Curlicue Creations shop, curlicuecreations.com. It's on my clipboard list...really!
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