Wonky Castle Block Of The Month – May

Wonky Castle Quilt Pattern - May

I love the guard tower in this month’s castle quilt pattern.  You can’t see it here, but this castle is situated by the sea.  If you wanted to hide from your enemy and escape by sea, this would be the perfect castle to be in.

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Wonky Castle Quilt Block for May

The 4 x 4 castle quilt blocks I made this month for swapping with four of my dear friends are done in yellow.  When I was a little girl, I read a story in which there was a castle known as the Golden Fortress.  It was named so because of the way it shone in the sunlight.  Even though this one is a nighttime block, it reminded me of that story.

Tuffleberry With Castle Fabrics

I just had to share this photo here with you.  Tuffleberry is my shadow.  Here he is ready to fall asleep on last month’s swap fabric while I was still working on it.  I had to finally pack up because he fell asleep on the fabric shortly after.  When I shared this on Flickr, my sweet friends were very understanding.  I was told not to disturb him but to go buy new fabric.  Perfect excuse, right?!

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4 Responses to Wonky Castle Block Of The Month – May

  1. Man Soma! These just keep getting better and better! I just love this one!!! I still think it’s awesome of you to share the pattern with us! I love the daytime/nighttime look with both blocks! (Even though I know there’s a big size difference! LOL!) Thanks my friend!!! XOXO

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Aww…thanks Ruth!! You would know all about the size differences, you are the queen of miniature quilt blocks :)

      Hope you are having a fantastic Sunday!

  2. Janine says:

    Another fab castle! And your cat looks very sweet lying on your swap. Quilters give such good advice!

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