I really enjoyed sewing together the Family Blocks. They were a snap to construct, and it was fun to watch the flying geese units and reverse flying geese units come together to form this pretty block. I may get a little too sappy here (my impending \”empty nest\” syndrome is to blame), but this block truly represents my little family of four. The Family Block: four individual points, meeting in the middle, bound together by a nice little frame. Yep, major sap alert.
My handy dandy Pouch with a View that I shared last month is now stuffed with four more lovely blocks! (This pattern is available from Three Owls Handmade on Etsy.) I NEED to find the time to make more of these pouches! It was so much fun and is so practical!
- Joanna of Fig Tree Quilts (@figtreequilts)
- Pat Sloan (@quilterpatsloan)
- April of Prairie Grass Patterns (@amrosenthal)
- Tina of Emily Ann\’s Kloset (@emilyannskloset)
- Melissa of Oh How Sweet (@ohhowsweet)
- Angie of Gnome Angel (@gnomeangel)
- Vanessa of Lella Boutique (@lellaboutique)
- Melissa of Happy Quilting (@happyquiltingmc)
- Erin of Why Not Sew (@whynotsewquilts)
- Greg of Grey Dogwood Studio (@greydogwoodstudio)
- Sondra of Out of the Blue Quilts (@sondradavison)
- Sedef of Down Grapevine Lane (@downgrapvinelane)
- And my Instagram handle is @taunjalynn