Saturday, March 8, 2014

FnwF achievements.

Hello all, thank you very much to those who joined me on the FnwF...
I hope that you got to do some sewing.
I managed to get my second block done from the Underground Railroad Quilt Book.
This one is called the Churn Dash, I was very pleased with the way it turned out and it was very easy to whip up as well.
The fabrics that I have used is from the Tim Holtz Range & Kansis Troubles
After a little sewing I also got to watch the movie Captain Phillips.
I do like Tom Hanks in movies and this one was based on a true story.
I just loved it.

16 comments:

Dawn said...

FNwF - your churn dash block came up terrific, very precise stitching. I loved Captain Phillips too - kept me on the edge of my seat

Michelle Ridgway said...

Beautiful block. Well done. I haven't seen the movie yet but love Tom Hanks!

Heather said...

Love the block and the fabric used.

Cheryll said...

Thanks for joining in FNwF...loved having your company!
Nice block too!!! :)

Cath said...

Hi Tracee, I missed out on FNWF this month but you did well. I love that block!
Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

Barb said...

Your Churn Dash looks great!!
Barb :)

Kim said...

Love your block Tracee.

Just Sew Sue said...

Love the fabrics you chose for your blocks.

donna said...

Your block turned out great. I have always wanted to make an underground railroad quilt.
Hugs
donna

Anthea said...

Lovely block there Tracee! I'm looking forward to seeing this quilt take shape...

Shari said...

Such a pretty block!

Narelle said...

Great block!

Elyte said...

That background fabric is working beautifully. Great results.

kiwikid said...

Your block looks amazing Tracee well done! Might be over for some help next week!!!
xx

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

Sounds like a nice Friday night, beautiful block.

Kathleen Wall said...

Great Churn dash block-one of my favorites. Sewing and a movie makes for a fun night:)