Do you remember my USA State Block Project?
If you do, thanks for being my long term blog friend. If not, the short version of the story is that I collected red fabric from every state, either personally or with the help of friends, to make a 6" block to represent that state. To make everything harder, I also decided that it would be 100% hand pieced.
Last week I went back to work on these blocks and finished Arkansas Cross Roads. Since I didn't get any fabric donations from that state, I just used misc fabric from the donation stash.
To make up for the fact that I didn't actually have fabric from Arkansas, I just made it legit by thinking of my biker buddy Gail who is from there, the whole time I made the block.
My quilt, my rules. Don't judge.
There's a good chance that the fabric came from my friend Michelle...but when my interest started to wane, my records lost accuracy.
If you live in Colorado and sent me fabric, it should probably be attributed to you. So be it.
Bottom line? Block is done. Fabric from wonderful blog friend who tried to help me succeed on my original challenge. Who could drive to DE in an afternoon if needed.