There are numerous of this particularly egregious block. I will lose no time in cutting them up and making them unrecognizeable. I already tackled the first one, which was pink and green in this same pattern.
It's looking better but not good enough. It has a way to go before it looks like something else.
Then there is this remnant of a hexagon quilt. Nice selection of 30's fabrics.
Worth the wait! We sat on the deck, had tea and cake and (she got to see my woods in person and even heard the wild turkeys barking, although they never did show their beaks)
Don't we look happy to see each other? We're working on another date for me to teach in Grand Junction in 2011.
On the subject of teaching - I will be in Bethesda, MD for a family event the weekend of Nov 12-14. If anybody wants to organize a workshop while I am already there, I'll be happy to stay for two or three more days and let my husband get a ride home - LOL. E-mail me for a list of current workshops.
Ditto for Chicago first weekend in March 2011. The other Illinois guilds meet later in the month so the schedule doesn't work, but if you want a workshop while I'm in the area let me know.