Round-up Three

One.

Stash-Be-Gone Project.

Next, I’ll try this block from Nancy Johnson-Srebro’s Block Magic book. This was re-created in EQ7.

design by Nancy Johnson-Srebro

design by Nancy Johnson-Srebro

Two.

First attempt at needle-sculpting a nose.

doll nose 002

 

Three.

Ancient churches that have quilt designs.

le moyne star variation from EQ7

le moyne star variation from EQ7

“Lemoyne Star” is the name of a traditional quilt design whose earliest known published date is 1911 (according to Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns). The conguration falls into the category of “eight-point/45° diamond stars.” The pattern itself has earlier origins than its published date. Ruth Finley in her book Old Patchwork Quilts and the Women Who Made Them, 1929, states that this particular quilt block was called “Star of Lemoyne”, “Lemoyne Star”, or “Lemon Star” (in New England), and she reveals that the design takes its name from the two LeMoyne brothers who settled Louisiana in 1699.

-Patricia L. Cummings, Quilter’s Muse Virtual Museum, www.quiltersmuse.com/Lemoyne_Star_miniature_quilt.htm
Le Moyne star from EQ7

Le Moyne star from EQ7

All about the Le Moyne brothers in Alabama history and about the whole Le Moyne family in Catholic history.

 

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