|February: Monkey Wrench (Blue/Green): Julie|
You can make any style of block that you want but, you have to use the colours that the birthday girl has chosen for her quilt. Here are the blocks that I have made to date.
|March: Dutchman's Puzzle (Red/Cream): Nancy|
There were no birthdays in January, so no need to make a block but in February I made a 'Monkey Wrench' block for Julie (green/blue). I think the block may have some other names too.
|March: Dutchman's Puzzle (Purple/Teal): Tanya|
In March there were three birthdays, so I made three 'Dutchman's Puzzle' blocks for Nancy (cream/red), Tanya (purple/teal) and Claire (light/dark green).
|March: Dutchman's Puzzle (Light/Dark Green): Claire|
For April I made a 'Dresden Plate' block for Christina (lilac/light green)
|April: Dresden Plate (Lilac/Light Green): Christina|
and for May I sent a 'Disappearing 4 Patch' block to Gerd (white/brown/sand).
|May: Disappearing 4 Patch (White/Brown/Sand): Gerd|
In June there are three birthdays, so three blocks to make. As it is always a juggling act to manage to make time for everything that needs to be done, I was thinking that I could be clever and make the blocks from the 'Farm Girl Vintage' SAL (which come in a 12" size) as my June birthday swap blocks.... I would just have to use the colours that have been chosen by the swap participants, which won't necessarily be very 'farm girl' or 'vintage' but will still be the blocks from the sew-a-long. It would save me some time. What do you think?