Thursday, September 17, 2020

Quilty Orphan Adoption Event -- part 2!

Cynthia from Quilting is More Fun Than Housework hosts a brilliant event twice each year: a quilty adoption event.  The idea is to pass on projects that you haven't finished, and that no longer excite you, to someone else. 

My previous post offers up a bunch of fabric squares; this one has blocks.

**If you want any chance of receiving these blocks, please make sure that I have your email address. Many of you are "no-reply" bloggers, which means that your email address is not included in your profile and no one can respond to you!**

Set #1 is 3 purple skull blocks that measure about 15" x 17" finished. The pattern was a free one several years ago but now it's in the book "Quilt With Tula and Angela"

Set #2 is a bunch of red/heart-related blocks. The largest ones are about 16" finished.

Let me know which set you're interested in. I'll pick names on Sunday the 22nd. Happy to ship anywhere in the US, and make sure your email address is included somewhere in your comment.


Amanda Best said...

I would love either set. I would make the skulls into a table runner for my sister, and the red blocks I would put into a Valentines quilt I am making. Thanks for the chance my email is:

Louise said...

Please put me on the list for the red heart themed blocks. Thanks!

Bjwalsh101 said...

Those skulls would be perfect for my Halloween quilt I am planning. The focus fabric for my Halloween quilt has hearses on it, the skulls would be a perfect addition.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Those red blocks are tempting. Lots of potential there! Thanks for participating in the event!

Quilting Babcia said...

I'd love the chance to win the red heart blocks for a quilt ministry donation quilt. Thanks!