When we lived in Minnesota I had a friend who would have a quilting weekend at her house on Superbowl weekend every year. It was awesome, and fun. She had a book that contained about every block known to man in it. It would never fail that book would end up at my station with a piece of graph paper with me figuring out a new quilt to make.
I loved her book.
I miss her book.
I'm sorry, I do miss her too. She is my bestie, but I also miss her book.
I also miss the Superbowl party weekends.
Anyway.........when I was in my local quilt shop to drop off some quilt tops that were a hundred years old to get quilted. (Well maybe not a hundred, but they were OLD man. Like maybe 8 years old????)
I picked this baby up!
It's a fan deck of blocks, 102 rotary cut blocks.
It gives you 5 different size options for each block. I think that is my favorite feature, the size options.
It also has the handy-dandy charts and reference information in it.
While I think my friend's book still had more blocks in it, this one is pretty cool.
While I have not actually used it yet, I have fondled it, and played with it. Wondering what great creations will come of it.
I have bindings to finish. Blah! Another reason I miss my quilty friend, she was a whiz at bindings and could whip one out in no time flat. She enjoys doing them and would do at least 2 peoples bindings at her quilty weekend.
Rachel, will you come to Montana and do my bindings?????