Ella Maria Deacon Quilt – Month 21

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This is the final month in our Ella Maria Deacon quilt. Thank you to everyone who followed along for the last 21 months. Each month I've been amazed by the beautiful blocks you are creating and can't wait to see your blocks set together. We have 5 blocks this month to finish the quilt so here we go -

Block 81

attributed to: Elizabeth C Reeves

This is such an interesting block. Select the perfect fabric to applique each of the motifs.

Block 82

attributed to: Rebecca D Deacon

A pretty, wide petal dresden plate block. You can piece the petals together before you applique the ring to the background square to make this block easier to construct.

Block 83

attributed to: Deborah D Coles

This block is going to be a challenge. Those diamonds are little pieces. You can hand or machine piece the block or use the foundation paper piecing pattern. Either way, I wish you good luck!

Block 84

attributed to: Mary Jane Buzby / 1841

What a pretty block! I really like this one. It's similar to another block sewn earlier. The tulips in this one are so sweet. Again, you can piece the ring part together before sewing it to the background.

Block 85

attributed to: Caroline _ Horner

What a perfect block to end with! Not only is it beautiful but it has a surprise or two I'm sure you'll find as you begin stitching.

That's a wrap my friends!

Ella Maria Deacon Quilt - Month 21

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One Response to “Ella Maria Deacon Quilt – Month 21”

  1. Alison May 16, 2021 at 6:41 am #

    Thank you so much for this monthly quilt pattern. I have enjoyed this project although some of the blocks were very challenging. I learned so much and have a greater appreciation for antique applique quilts and the people who made them.

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