I found a stack of Eye Of The Storm blocks. Guess where they were? Right here on my desk. Roflol. the bad thing is that I don’t see any of the blocks I made and I don’t want to start laying the quilt out until I find them. I don’t know what I want to do with them yet. I’ve gotten some good ideas from some TQP members. Just in case you don’t know what the blocks look like, here’s one.
This was a swap hosted by Denise R. using a block called Hope of Hartford from Marcia Hohn’s site. Denise re-named it Eye of the Storm because we had just gone through hurricanes and she thought the block resembled the “eye” of a hurricane. Backgrounds had to be Kona Black and the winds of the storm had to be either hand-dyed or batik. This block is a little challenging because as you’ve probably already guessed….it has an incomplete seam in it. I don’t know whose block this is so I can’t give proper credit but I didn’t make it. 🙂
Here’s a gorgeous EOTS quilt from my friend Janet:
And another one from Maureen K from Australia:
And another one from Maureen in Canada:
And another one from Carol B.:
Not bad eye candy, huh?