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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Heading to the Post Office , Gonna send some mail :-)


Well, I got the April blocks finished for the PClassic BOM. We did a pattern called "Tea Leaf" - similar to a maple leaf, but without a stem. I'm getting ready to head out to the post office/run some errands, so these and the March blocks will be on their merry way.

The 2nd picture is better, colorwise.














~QB29

1 comment:

Piwacket said...

What pretty blocks!

Thanks for visiting my blog. I bought my shoe organizer (aka FQ cubby) from Target. Since they've come out with a new line I got a left-over on clearance for about $15. It's really sturdy, which is what I wanted. You can find similar ones at Wal-Mart, Lowe's or lots of other places.