Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pine River

We are excited to report that block #50 is now up. It’s located on the Tustin Community Library/Burdell Township building at 310 S. Neilsen St, Tustin. Sandie, the librarian wrote this little story of the significance of the block: “This … Continue reading

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Water Wheel

The Marion, MI Village Council chose the Water Wheel block for a connection with Marion’s Artesian Well, the Middle Branch River, and the Mill Pond. The border is painted in Marion’s school colors of maroon and white. The block can … Continue reading

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Hersey Pride

Hersey Township Hall is home to this variation of the Missouri Puzzle quilt block, which the township board has named Hersey Pride. It was a dreary, misty morning when it was put up, after a night of rain, sleet, snow, … Continue reading

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Sunbonnet sue

Sunbonnet Sue has come to live at Ellen Grimshaw’s house. Ellen fondly remembers her mother giving her a Sunbonnet Sue quilt when she was a child, so she chose this design for her quilt block. Since she doesn’t have a … Continue reading

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Catch of the Day

The Community Park in Leroy, MI is sporting a new quilt block called Catch of the Day. It reminds us of the many lakes and streams in the area, which abound with fish. The block was designed by Sue Penn … Continue reading

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Thorny Crown

The Nickell garage at 8698 Big Stone Lake Rd., Evart, MI is home to this Thorny Crown quilt block. The design was taken from Judy Martin‘s book. Scraps, Blocks & Quilts, and used with permission.

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Feathered Star

Located on the Woods-Bluhm centennial farm at 2640 200th Ave., Reed City, this Feathered Star block makes a bright splash on this old weathered barn. I’ll let Wava Woods tell you the story behind it: “I liked the design and … Continue reading

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