Passing the Days: Day 96
Today's block was another fun find. The block dates back to the early 19th century when weaving was a large part of life and is called Flying Shuttles. The original block was made from turkey red, dark red, and white fabrics so I decided I would recreate that color scheme using my scraps.
Click on the link below for a copy of pattern.
Passing the Days pdf files
I hope you have a great weekend and
PS. I am so far behind right now as life has been a bit crazy since I originally made this post on June 20th! I will be getting back to the blocks as soon as it settles down. In the meantime I want to share an upcoming event with you. The Christmas in July Pattern Parade and Blog Hop. I am excited to be a part of a group of designers in the quilt industry who will be sharing some fun projects on July 15th with all of you. There is sure to be something for everyone-projects both small and large, patterns from traditional to modern.
7/9/2020 08:25:24 pm
Oh, I like that one, too, Melva! I'll bet repeat blocks, turned 90 degrees would make a wonderful bit of interest. I would make them in 12" blocks. =)
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