Saturday, 6 January 2007

One of the enjoyable benefits of belonging to our Canadian Sewing Machine Collector's Society is participating in a block exchange. Our group is rather small so we managed to get 12 participants who each made 12 identical blocks. We had to choose a 1930's pattern and 1930's reproduction fabrics. We each received 12 different blocks and this is the setting I chose for my quilt. The Sunbonnet Sue block (2nd row, center) is the block that I did. I used my 1939 Singer 15-96 hand crank sewing machine which is made in Canada.


Brian and Amanda said...

Here's your first comment! Looks good! Brian was waxing poetic as he looked at the site quickly :-)

Anonymous said...

Nice Blog! We've got bets going as to how long it'll take before you start posting personal stuff on here!