Yeah, I got my blocks back from the canning jar block swap! All of these blocks were made on either a hand crank or treadle sewing machine.
Below I have pears, lemons and two blueberries from Kansas and California. Made on a 1935 Singer 15-88, 1963 Singer 15-91 hand crank and a 1920 Vesta-B hand crank.
Below I have two tomatoes and two different peppers from North Carolina, California, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. They were made on an 1885 Davis Vertical Feed, 1937 Singer 28K hand crank crank(k means it was made in Scotland), a Minnesota "A", and a 1957 Singer 128K hand crank.
Below I have autumn corn, sliced cucumbers, sliced onions and asparagus from New Mexico, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Illinois. These last ones were made on an 1898 Singer 27, VS2 hand crank, 1914 Davis NVF, 1953 Singer 201K hand crank and a 1959 Singer Spartan - 192K hand crank.
You know at least one of my cats had to photo bomb! This time it was my Muffin Man.
I have these leftover blocks to swap out. I need to keep at least one. I have up to four peanuts and oranges and three asparagus and carrots to swap out. If you want to trade out any of these blocks just let me know! I might even have extra fabric if I need to make more!
I'll be finishing these blocks tomorrow night after work, I promise!
I think my favorite print are the peppers because of all of the colors in them! Which one is your favorite?