Cla’Y’s Choice/ AtoZ 2019

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!

Clay’s Choice by the author in blues is lovely. I chose the reds for my own version as the middle pick displays.

Cutting to the chase today for this next to the last quilt block in the AtoZ. It’s been a long last 7 days for me and I won’t bore you with the details right now. But a lil’ tummy bug and a lot of yard work (excavation work) should probably be mentioned. Glad I’ve survived.

Did You Know?

American baseball legend, Yogi (a legit Y entry) Berra, born in St. Louis, Missouri was famous for Yogi-isms. One appropriate for today is: ” When you come to a fork in the road, take it .” And I really chuckle on this one,
“I’m not going to buy my kids an encyclopedia. Let them walk to school like I did.”

Come back here Monday 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

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5 thoughts on “Cla’Y’s Choice/ AtoZ 2019

    • I laughed when I read your comment on tomorrow. Too late. I’m now recovered. lol Just glad it’s over and I had several posts scheduled ahead. And maybe Clay has the answers you are seeking 😉

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      • UGH – I realize now that I forgot to logout of WordPress in order to comment as ME. Long story – last year I tried out WP for my DAR chapter website but ultimately went with another platform. Now even though I don’t use WP, it keeps wanting me to comment as if I do.

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