Blockheads ~ Block 37

We’re on the homestretch… or maybe rounding the last turn.

This is Double Delight Star – a 3″ star inside a 6″ star.  Lynne’s wonderful Layered Patchwork or Traditionally pieced – the instructions for both are included.

The Cream print for the outer star is from Janet Clare’s More Hearty Good Wishes, the Gold print used for the inner star is Kansas Troubles’ Thistle Farm and the Rust background is by Primitive Gatherings‘.

CLICK HERE for the link to Lynne’s blog and Block 37 – Double Delight Star.

Question of the Week ~ Do you remember your first Quilt Market as an Exhibitor?  When was it?  Was it exciting?  Terrifying?  Both?

My first Quilt Market at an exhibitor was Fall 2002.  I was twelve.  (Not really but it makes me feel less old to tell myself that.)

Just in case you missed it –CLICK HERE for the link to Lynne’s blog and Block 37 – Double Delight Star.

Don’t forget that there is a Blockheads Archive with links to all of the published blocks and blog posts.

That’s it for today, November 15.  Be sure to visit Lisa, Betsy, Jo and Jan to see their blocks and what other good things they might have made:

And don’t miss the blocks being posted to #modablockheads on Instagram and Facebook.  The colors, styles of fabric and block variations are wonderful.

All In A Row Again is still hopping – literally and figuratively!

It’s also not too late to leave a comment for a chance to receive some All In a Row Again goodies.

Happy Blockhead Wednesday!


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6 comments on “Blockheads ~ Block 37

  1. Suzanne says:

    Good morning. Lynne’s link is not working.

  2. Carol Nelms says:

    Very pretty! Thanks for sharing and the giveaways!!

  3. WesternNYLady says:

    Just looked at the All In A Row Again. So many wonderful patterns. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hildy says:

    It’s a fun pattern! Can’t wait to see your blocks!

  5. Cathy Clark says:

    Carrie I am going to miss you when Blockheads ends. I love your posts here and on Moda’s site. Thank you for participating and sharing so much.

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