A while back I showed you what I had been working on for a long time. I called it my big fat project. Today I am going to show you each individual block I painted. Believe me, I enjoyed doing this so much and was kind of sad when I was finished. When we started, I thought I was going to have to paint sixty some quilt blocks. I didn’t have to paint nearly that many although I did end up painting one hundred and fifty blocks including the all white ones.
So here are the blocks.
This one is called Snowball
Pride of the Forest.
This one is just called “Vase” because it is the medallion for a quilt. It’s my very favorite block I painted.
Toss the Bouquet.
Folk Art Album, another medallion for a quilt.
Oak Leaf and Cherries.
Sadie’s Choice Rose.
Robbing Peter to Pay Paul.
Rose of Sharon. One of my first block that I painted. Ignore the boo-boos.
Pansy. Looks more like a tulip to me.
Paddle Wheel painted in Easter colors.
Friends Among the Pines.
I think this one is called Squares and Triangles. Makes sense.
Moon and Stars.
I’m going to have to look this one up as I forget its name at the moment..
That’s about all of them. This was such a fun project. This Spring I am going to paint a barn quilt for the front of our house. Maybe I will just cover our house in quilt blocks. Wouldn’t that make an interesting tourist attraction for Columbus? The Quilted House. I like the sound of that. Wonder if the city fathers would frown upon it? Have a great day. Bye.