It's interesting how you can glaze over some blocks and others compel you to make them immediately. Well I didn't make this block straight away but it was high on the list of things to try. Now this is what's so great about little quilts. You can try all sorts of blocks and layouts without a huge investment of time and materials. And they don't take up lots of space!
The third quilt for Red Club is based on the Capital T. Temperance and Double T are just two more names this block goes by.
The most difficult thing about this quilt, was resisting the tempation to keep going, adding more borders, blocks for a medallion. I guess it will go on the list of things to do 'one day'.
Here are some of the blocks from Saturday's girls. Else decided to use scraps for her corners and Belinda chose what's almost a toile for her background. Now I must confess I wasn't sure about the toile but can see now it was a perfect choice. You can learn so much from the fabrics others choose to use.
Can't wait to see the fabrics the Wednesday girls bring to class.