Monday, September 24, 2012


I had another opportunities to get a quilting fix.
  This weekend
 the Colorado Quilting Council
put on it's annual 

 It's a combo of vendors, quilt show,
 demos, and more vendors. 

A slow economy?
Look out.
 Quilters can move fast 
when there's new kits, pattern and fabric available.

My friends and I circled around
and through the booths.
then making a few purchases.

One of my favorite booths 
is an antique booth from Sioux Falls, SD.
I always seem to find something.

Sure enough,
underneath other things
were these delicious indigo blue and shirting 
churn dash blocks.

There are 39 blocks
in mint condition.

 Mostly machine stitched,

a few hand pieced,
but a wonderful collection of indigos and shirtings.

It's now been added to the list
of "some day."

 Until Next Time-


  1. Great fun! I love your purchase.

  2. great blocks! wonderful examples of indigo fabrics.
    You'll make something wonderful with day

  3. Pretty blocks; they will be fun to work with!

  4. I am so glad you shared those blocks. I happened across a new repro line of indigoes this weekend and was playing with them and my shirtings. You have inspired me to stop playing and start sewing - the indigo/shirting combo is a winner!

  5. Love love Kyle! Such a versatile little block can't wait to see what you do with them.