Becky made this block for donation to a group making quilts for fallen soldiers. She used the instructions for the BOM, Block 9. Isn’t this a fantastic block?
Back in 1998 when I first began looking for a longarm machine, Becky and I crossed paths. She was living in Kentucky also and was most helpful in answering my questions and helping me with my decision. Such a nice, nice lady! We’ve stayed in contact off and on through all these years and I was delighted when she told me she would be doing the BOM. I’m even more delighted that she’s chosen the Block 9 instructions to make this block that will go to such a great project.
Thank you Becky!
Margo in Maine says
This is utterly gorgeous….thanks for sharing..
Becky in GA says
OH Judy! You are welcome! I have enjoyed your blog and your generousity. You are a blessing. Thank you!
I think Becky is a very nice person too. I met Becky while visiting a church in Columbus GA. I knew I had found the church we would attend when she stood up and fussed about a few threads that had tagged along with her after spending a few minutes quilting before church. Not only was she a quilter but a missionary to the military. It was a missionary to the military that introduced me to my Lord and Savior so I have a great respect for the missionaries serving our military. Hats off to you Becky.