|I had fallen behind on the ThimbleCreek Halloween mystery blocks, so I decided I better do some machine piecing before I get |
These are from Clue Five, and went together pretty easily.
|I love how the Clue Six blocks look like they are framed.|
Clue Seven arrived in the email box this morning--I'm planning to get them done this week while the Halloween fabric is still strewn all over the cutting table.
|The Clue Six blocks are constructed similar to the Candy Corn blocks and go together like a nine patch once all the parts are made--pretty easy if you square up after each step.|
Joe says that there won't be a new clue next week. That mean there will be plenty of time to get caught up if you are making the blocks!
|Last Friday was our Lakes Area Machine Quilter's meeting.|
Marcia has been cleaning out her sewing area and I was the lucky recipient of one of her rulers, a centering tool and one of her border pantographs--yay!
| I also plan to get this top quilted as my September UFO--one of my nine patch quilts from an exchange. It's not very big, so I don't think it will take too long once I decide on a quilting design.|
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