Starting April 1st, no foolin’, you can find these fellow bloggers/designers showcasing a project they’ve made using one of Carla’s (Creatin in the Sticks) 30 Blocks in 30 Days designs from December.
You are welcome to quilt along. These 10″ finished blocks can be combined to make a unique sampler quilt or use just one or two of your favorite blocks to make the entire top. Check out Carla’s post here for fabric requirements. Of course, these would look great in a scrappy version using your stash.
What I Learned Today:
- Carla will post a giveaway on her blog on April 1st. If you don’t enter, you have no chance of winning that fabulous Tula Pink fabric which she showed on her post here.
- Springtime has arrived in the desert. The cacti are blooming.
Question: How do you celebrate April Fool’s Day? When the kids were young, I would let them have dessert first and the meal last on April Fool’s Day; they loved it. The kids usually surprised me more than once when I turned on the kitchen faucet and was blasted in the face with water from the sprayer. I never bothered to check the control first and never saw the rubber bands holding down the handle. Many buckets were filled with shredded paper and perched on partially opened doors which would eventually end up on the heads of unsuspecting family members or on the floor. I could go on and on. Maybe Tu-Na Helper will leave a comment with what the kids would do for him. It was hilarious—each time.
Thanks for stopping by and do come again.
Karen, Tu-Na Quilts