Hello! Hope you all had a suitably spooky Halloween, mwahaha!
I’ve been doing some online research about the safest way to mail things. Once I’ve finished and can summarise what I’ve discovered, I’ll contact each of the F2F ladies to let them know how and when to proceed with mailing out everyone’s blocks. So far, it’s looking pretty hopeful. Creativity will not be defeated!
We have an almost full house for October in the gallery. As always, once I have the outstanding images, I’ll add them to the gallery as they come in.
October was Margaret’s month. Her colours were soft blues and creams with a touch of sand or taupe. If you’re interested, you can see her colour references on the Members & Their Colours page on the F²F blog, together with the block photos received to date in the gallery – they’re gorgeous, such lovely soft and gentle colours! In the end, I didn’t need to go shopping, which was probably a good thing…
And now for November, Moira’s month. Her colours are red, white and blue, idea for the patriotic quilts she makes from her F2F blocks. Again, her colours are referenced on the Members & Their Colours Page (link above). I’m pretty sure we’ll all have those colours in our stashes from previous months.
If you’re new to this blog and don’t know anything about F²F, do head over to the dedicated F²F blog and read all about it. The first ever session can be found on this blog, but for subsequent years I set F²F up with its own blog due to the image-heavy nature of the work. You’ll find a rich, varied and vibrant source of inspiration in all the blocks shown in the galleries for the various years. Enjoy 🙂
Time to go and look through my selected blocks for F2F and see what will work best.