Happy Memorial Day. Today my family is remembering my father-in-law who served in WWII and one of his brothers who was a prisoner of war during the Korean war. If it wasn't for their sacrifices and those of all who've served this country, we might not enjoy the freedom of speech that allows us to express ourselves regularly in our blogs. So thank you to all who have served and the home front families that share those sacrifices.
It's also design wall Monday and I actually have some progress to show on the Buck-a-Block quilt.
The setting blocks and part of the sashing are done. I'm hoping to finish the setting triangles today and maybe get a start on the rest of the sashing.
With all the piecing for the Buck-a-Block, progress was also made on the leaders and enders project, the purple and yellow scrap quilt.
Row 7 is finished. This quilt just needs 2 more rows of blocks before it's ready for assembly. Rows 1 through 3 are stashed in one of my project boxes. Rows 4 and 5 will have to join them so I have room to put up the last 2 rows on the design wall. I'm looking foward to laying out the whole quilt to see how it looks.
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