These blocks, not on my ufo list, but what can I say. I just had to try your method of pressing seams on blocks and what better way to practise than on new blocks for a new quilt... Well you could have knocked me over with a feather, what wonderful results from pressing to one side. I can see that I'll be changing to this method from now on.
I finished the embroidery for the Winter Four Seasons swap a few days ago, all that's needed now is to trim it to size and add the borders and the little extra that I have in mind for it.
While trying to decide what to do today I sat for 15 minutes and put the last stitches into the third block of Fantasy Garden. I didn't think I was ever going to come to the end of this block. In total it took 40 1/2 hours to stitch up.
Because I can't seem to focus on anything today, I think I'll sit and do some more redwork, there's not too much concentration involved and perhaps the block will take me off into another world.
That's the end of the quilt related post, so if you're not interested in "life" then read no further and thank you for taking the time to stop by and visit with me.
If however you're still here I have a small request of those of you whom pray. Could you please lift our family up over the next 30 hours. We received a late phone call from Hollie's school last night and received some upsetting news, that will be talked about tomorrow evening in a phone conference. Please pray that the Lord would give us wisdom and grace to deal with the situation.
Happy Stitching and thank you for your visit and your prayers.