Marti Michell. I then labeled them with the corresponding FW numbers to match my book of blocks. I also used some handy grips on the backside of the templates because my friend who quilts told me about them and I am so grateful as the grips lessen the possibility of the template slipping and ruining my cutting.
Block #9 - Box
Block #16 - Calico Puzzle
Block #21 - Contrary Wife (Oops...I never saw that when I looked so carefully and matched it to the book and even showed it to Mr. C...the Master Engineer...who pointed out flaw after flaw but not this glaring one).
Block #21 - Contrary Wife (Now Corrected) She really must be contrary!
Block #41 - Friendship Star
Block #69 - Practical Orchard
Block #81 - Snowball
Block #84 - Spool
I am enjoying "meeting" the QAL participants and seeing their blocks and fabric choices they are posting on each of their blogs.
Whew! I made the February deadline. Thank goodness I had this extra Leap Year day. :o)
Now I am ready for March and the blocks Donna suggests.
If you are still reading this post...thank you for hanging in here.
Our weather has turned extremely cold and it is supposed to snow for two days and nights. My elevation is 3400 feet and we are predicted to get up to 18 inches of snow. Tahoe at 7000 + feet is to get about 5 feet. Tomorrows high temp is to be about 35 degrees F. We have been in the low 60's and quite pleasant for this time of year. I think Winter is finally here. We certainly need the rain and snow. I always dread fire season here in the forest trees so the more moisture the better.
As long as the power stays on I can sew quilt blocks. I do hope I have the right templates for March. LOL
Stay Safe and Joyful Creating...