A quilt from the Collection of the York County Heritage Trust in Pennsylvania has had a pattern drawn from it. It is called the "Hearts and Hands"quilt and it was assembled in 1937/8 using circle motifs stitched in 1880 by women from the Loucks family. Strangely enough, the delay was due to the women becoming more interested in needlepoint than quilting. Recently, I dug this project up and this week I have done a few more motifs
These little circles are 13cm in diameter (or just over 5"). There are 18 points. 49 more of these blocks are required.
The sunburst blocks are alternated with these pretty little applique blocks, also 13cm in diameter. Only 41 more of these to go. I was distracted by these 4" blocks in the meantime.
Cute, but they'll probably end up in the orphan box.