This month I'm participating in A to Z Challenge, where 100's of bloggers around the world challenge themselves to write every day for the month of April, working their way through the alphabet. I'm sewing a patchwork block for each letter of the alphabet. Each day I will share that block and a little about the block and direct you to where you can find a tutorial for that block on the Web.
Another traditional and very popular block the pattern for which can be found here on Quilter's Cache.
There is a YouTube video of how to make the block here on Missouri Star Quilt Company. Its a great resource
The photo isn't showing the colours I used too well. Its actually 2 shades of green with a white centre with multicoloured dots on it.
The Quilt Cache had this setting for the quilt - the Ohio Star block set with snowball blocks.
These are some other examples of Ohio Star quilts that are but a few that I found on the web
Today is the 15th day of the challenge and O sees the completion of another row of my A to Z quilt. This is what we have so far