Giveaway Winner and Modern Block Monday - Stuck in the Middle

Wow, Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day gets bigger and bigger each time, eh? Thank you all for entering and sharing such fab colour palettes with me. It was inspirational to read your colour ideas and now I want to go and try a whole bunch of them. To those of you who decided to follow along with my quilting misadventures, welcome! Without further ado, the winner of the bundle of Depression-style fabrics is:



Congrats, Mary! I will be contacting you for your snail mail address shortly.  

Now for Modern Block Monday. I know -- prints. Me? Yes! The colours in the photo are a bit off, but you get the idea. Our Ottawa Modern Quilt Guild Queen Bee this month wanted Stuck in the Middle from 99 Modern Blocks. I decided it was time to break into the Denyse Schmidt Flea Market Fancy I've been hoarding saving. I got the stripe in the green to be all straight and parallel and everything. Yay! It's the little joys, isn't it? :) I can't wait to do this one in solids for my Modern Block Sampler.


Other blocks from this series:
Hope it's warmer in your neck of the woods! It's a 'balmy' -20C here. Brrr!

5 comments:

  1. I love the fabrics you used in this block!! I am sure the queen ebe will be pleased with this! Pretty block!

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  2. I love that block! I think I have the book too ; )

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  3. Awesome block - I made one in solids but I prefer yours in FMF :)

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  4. I love FMF and love your version of the block using it!

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  5. Oh, lovely! Mmmm... FMF... I understand the desire to hoard. ;o)

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