The April A to Z Challenge is in its tenth year, I’ve now participated for 6 of those years, and this year will be my 3rd quilt theme. It’s my first quilt using only patterns from the Kansas City Star newspaper archives. Welcome to my blog!
This quilt block resembles others in its center square surrounded by lots of triangles and one really has to dissect it mentally to get an envelope shape to come to mind. I hope you can see the intended shape. These days, when you search for an envelope block, you get something like this:
But back in 1942, the block was not as defined let’s just say. But I did like making it.
It’s here that I need to insert another frustration. Seems like frustration is the real theme this year for my A to Z.
Yet another Huge block has been added to my assemblage. This one measured a whopping 16 inches. I just have to laugh at this point. We have 12, 14 and 16 inch blocks. What will the future hold? Stay tuned…..
Gonna make lemonade with the lemons I’ve decided. There is a way thank heaven!
Did You Know?
More letters were written on Sundays than any other days during WWII. Gpa’s letter is a perfect example.
Come back here tomorrow for another quilt block for the A to Z Challenge! Also be sure to visit the home of the A to Z here and see other entrants challenge posts. There are excellent writers participating every year with topics in whatever you’re interested in.