You have seen the lovely little Courthouse Steps blocks I have recently been doing on my Dolly Quilt Swap - isn't the above so similar and I have lots and lots of repro fabrics!
The blurb on this quilt hasn't come out clearly - never mind - it was made by Jeannette Dick, c. 1867, Victoria!
I have really enjoyed doing the Courthouse Steps and a Tumbler Quilt has always been on my agenda, so I can feel another Lurline Quilt coming on - will be fun to puddle along and fondle those beautiful repros again!
I'm still madly trying to put finishing touches to two QuiltWest quilts - I think, I hope, I will make the deadline, so can't get too sidetracked at the moment. Dear friend Robin has given me a little foundation pieced house to try - only 6" square, so must have a little play there! Also, lots of Happy House blocks have been coming in and I still have quite a few of mine to do!
The weekend is nearly here again, so hopefully lots of time to play - DH flies out for a 10 day Bowls Carnival in Adelaide on Sunday for about 10 days - whoopee! Mum and I will live on Vegemite on toast, less washing to do and I can read until 3am if I so desire - oh, yes, and I will miss him terribly, too (lol)!
It is Anzac Day here tomorrow - a day dedicated to honour our brave who have fought in wars in which Australia has participated - from the bottom of my heart thank you and yours - there is so much to say! I must offer my thoughts, hopes and prayers for the brave service men and women and their loved ones the world over, who are serving our countries right at this moment - how right John Lennon was when he wrote the words 'All we are saying, is give peace a chance' - will we ever?