Monday, October 25, 2010

G-9


Difficulty of block: easy
Number of Pieces: 33
Method used: hand piecing

Autumn winds begin to blow;
Colored leaves fall fast and slow.
Twirling, whirling all around.
Till at last, they touch the ground.
Author Unknown

This poem describes perfectly what was going on outside my window as I pieced together Mary's Journey.  Such a wonderful time of year!

9 comments:

Melody said...

I like Mary's Journey very much, it is a really attractive block.

Ellen said...

Lovely block!
Here it looks like Autumn didn't even arrive this year. Winter set in immediately... :o(

Tineke said...

I do not regularly comment on this, but I think it is wonderful.

Yvette said...

Yet another beauty. Your hand piecing is perfect!

Vivian said...

Lovely poem--
lovely block.

Notjustnat said...

Another great block. I get to like these darker blocks you have been making lately - Hugs Nat

Satu said...

Simply... feast for my eyes, Karen.
I have too enjoyed the colours of Autumn here in Finland. I think the warm and quite rainless weather in last summer is the main reason for exceptional DEEP autumnal colours. The nature is coddling us like you're doing with your beautiful blocks.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Another wonderful block these are my favorite colors! Thanks for sharing.......

"Happy Boo and Scare Day"

Carolyn

Robin said...

That cheddar fabric is gorgeous! It really lifts this block to a wonderful place. Pretty!

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