Turkey Tracks: October 1, 2016
September Farmer’s Wife Blocks
There are actually a few extra blocks here as I wanted to finish all the “M” blocks. AND I can see the end of the project, so I printed out all the remaining paper foundation piecing patterns.
No. 65 Mother:
Orange fabric is Japanese; others are Cotton + Steel. I love the mix of these fabrics.
Friend Becca Babb-Brott carries the Japanese fabrics in her Etsy store, Sew Me A Song. She puts together reasonably priced “bundles” of fabrics in all sizes, so you can experiment with these new designs without breaking the bank.
No. 66: Mrs. Anderson
Yellow daisies are Japanese; not sure about the squares.
No 67: Mrs. Brown
Mustard cherries are Japanese.
No. 68 Mrs. Fay:
Red is Japanese; neutral is Cotton + Steel.
No 69: Mrs. KellerThis one was SUPER HARD.
All fabrics are Japanese.
No. 70 Mrs. Lloyd
Fabrics are Cotton + Steel.
No 71: Mrs. Morgan
Aqua fabric is Japanese; rest are Cotton + Steel.
No 72: Mrs. Smith
Orange fabric is Japanese; other fabric is Cotton + Steel.
No 73: Mrs. Taft
The mustard fabric is from a new Cotton + Steel collection inspired by designers trip to Portugal. The neutral is from Cotton + Steel.
No. 74: Mrs. Thomas
The cats are Cotton + Steel. The purple reads “solid” and comes in a variety of yummy colors–Hoodie Crescent for Stof Fabrics
On to No. 75–TWENTY FOUR blocks to go and three months to do them.
What a fun trip this has been. I alway, always finish projects, but I’m not sure I would have finished this one if I had not been working with a group.