Block number 13 in Barbara Brackman’s “Cassandra’s Circle” sew-a-long is now complete. This one is called "Dixie Rose". As with some of the
other blocks, I took a few liberties, but I am very happy with the outcome. Now
on to assembly!
Seems like the whole country
is in some sort of winter weather turmoil. Winter is my favorite season, but I
think we will all be looking forward to Spring this year. I miss our outdoor “stitching
Happy stitching to you all!
I look forward to seeing the quilt all together - absolutely LOVE that red dot background!!!ReplyDelete
i agree about the background....i already know it will be a stunner...ReplyDelete
It's really hard now to decide which block I like best. I LOVE Them all!ReplyDelete
Bravo on a great job!!!
Each of those blocks have been gorgeous. Love the little fussy cut circles. Can't say that winter is my favorite time of year, but it does make spring feel extra nice.ReplyDelete
Exquisite, Wendy! I love the fabrics you chose for this block, especially the pink against that apricot yellow. And, of course, everything about this block is perfect.ReplyDelete
Your block is so beautiful. I love the red background. HugsReplyDelete
Your final block looks great - I love the fussy-cut dots! Looking forward to seeing your blocks assembled...and Spring!ReplyDelete
This is stunning with your special fussy-cuts! And I love the movement on your yellow fabric.ReplyDelete
great block. Still looks like Audrey II to me. lolReplyDelete
love your fussy cuts and that red background
Fabulous block! Love that red background and your fussy cuts. Can't wait to see all the blocks assembled. Happy Winter!ReplyDelete
A happy block, with your special touches, and it will be great to see the blocks assembled!ReplyDelete
You do such beautiful work. This block is a really "dazzler".ReplyDelete
Such a pretty block! I'm anxious for spring too!ReplyDelete
Such a sweet looking block. Of course you took some liberties with it. Everything needs a little personal touch.:)ReplyDelete