The next four blocks are done!Original block attributed to Elizabeth C Reeves
Block 81. I sort of cringed looking at this one trying to figure out how I was going to tackle the appliques.
And decided the best way was to leave the freezer paper on top. That way I could be more precise with all those curves.
Original attributed to Rebecca D Deacon
Block 82. I enjoyed making this one because I could sew the "plate" on the machine before appliqueing it to the background.
Original attributed to Deborah D Coles
Block 83. I foundation paper-pieced each segment on the machine. Boy, those pieces are little!
Original attributed to Mary Jane Buzby 1841
Block 84. Love those yellow tulips in the corners.
Finally! The last group of four. Only one more block to go and it's a doozy!
Lucky me! I was the winner of Janet O's giveaway and received her little Mud Pies quilt along with handmade soaps, thread and a 2" grid ruler. You should see how perfect her 1/4" binding is with striped fabric AND mitered corners! Thank you Janet!
A beautiful triple Lady Slipper :)
I'm signed up for a virtual 5K race on Saturday. Should be fun!
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