It's day four of the leafs me happy...my day. My block is called Autumn Breezes. It is 12 1/2 inches square and is foundation pieced.
While I was designing this block I decided to design and make a wall quilt as well. Things were going really well. I was able to make all the foundations small enough to fit on an 8 1/2" x 11" page so it worked with my printer. I cut out the needed pieces easily. The foundations were easy to sew and fit together well. Then it came time to add the borders and I was missing the cornerstones and one of the narrow green borders. Now I'll show you a picture of someone who surely could not be involved in this mystery. Not this innocent little guy!
However the evidence seems to indicate that he may be implicated. I found a mangled, chewed border strip. The cornerstones have not been found and it must be assumed he ate then. This is not the first time and luckily they are small enough to travel though his digestive system. I cut a new border and cornerstones and was able to finish the top.
This wall quilt is 27 1/2" square. I plan on binding it with the rust fabric. If you would like to make your own Autumn Breezes block or wall quilt, you can download the instructions here. Be sure to check out the other blocks!
Many thanks to Cherry of Cherry Blossom Quilt Studio and Madame Samm of Sew We Quilt for hosting!
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