This block features some of the smaller critters that joined Noah on his ark. Me, I'm wondering how come he included mosquitoes! Those of you who've been to the Midswest in the summer will probably agree. This is block number 11 out of 12; it's been a fun project and I'm looking forward to making a quilt with them. Now that the dates on this block, I guess there's a deadline, too!
The Buggy Block
Saturday's mail brought a surprise package from Augsburg, Germany, and Ele who lives there. If you've not seen her blog, go take a look here. You will love her flower fairy headers, and even if you don't understand German, you can enjoy the lovely way she's arranged the photos for her blog. When I admired a piece of stitching she'd done, she offered to send me some of the fabric. It was sold out, I think, so she sent some other things, all designed to get my creative juices flowing: thread, several patterns, some evenweave fabric and some buttons that will be perfect for CQ projects. Thank you so much, Ele. Some day I hope we will meet face to face!
Danke Schoen, Ele!