Although I haven't heard from everyone, the tracking numbers show everyone has received their blocks. Some folks sent more than one style of block so others may not have the same as I do. Here's a photo of my set of blocks named L-R. I'm going to also post this in the main forums so those who aren't members of the swap groups can see them.
Top Maryland (Frannye) Minnesota (Merry) Pennsylvania (Mimi)
2nd California (Annie) Washington (Judy T) Texas (Karen H)
3rd Florida (Bonita) Maine (Kris) Kansas (Melody)
4th Texas (Brigit-Carol) Oklahoma (Patricia) Colorado (Jen PalaRama)
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
OOPs, forgot the photo.
Judy, these are all incredible. What fun.
Yes, really fun and original blocks. They are wonderful!
Well done, all!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Great blocks everyone!
very nice job, everyone. these are great
gini in north idaho
Great blocks, everyone. You all did a marvelous job.
Beautiful blocks. Everyone did an amazing job on these. Thanks for sharing.
Judy, thanks for sharing the blocks. They are really fantastic. I'm so impressed with this swap. You did a great job!
I don't know where my post went Judy but I did say Beautiful blocks, great work girls! Let's see if this posts.
Love the way it looks Judy, I hope to see everyone's finished quilt. Although most blocks are the same I would like to see how everyone puts theirs together. I will certainly post mine when I finish adding sashing and borders. But who knows when that will be, right?
Annie: I will certainly post mine when I finish adding sashing and borders. But who knows when that will be, right?
Making the sashing for mine has been put on the back burner at least until I have the DWR pieces cut out so I can use my cutting table again.
I followed Thea's DWR and made a smaller version, a throw size and gave it to my daughter, the only one that isn't married. Thought she should get something special too, not to mention, she is the one that really appreciates a homemade quilt.
I'm sure you have enough to do to get all those dang pieces cut and sewn together again, and you're also a bit tired of seeing the State blocks, although they are quite beautiful.
Beautiful blocks. I could not picture what a state block would look like. Everyone did a great job.