In the center is a red work bird reading a book. It might be a diary or recipe book. Then again, it might be a story book or some poetry. I will leave it up to the observer because any of those could be right.
The inner star has stars and wood.
I wanted to make a connection between this block and the "Quilter's Book Club" for which I am using some of this same fabric.
Have you figured it out yet?
This blogger has made blocks to go with a diary. She has made a calendar quilt of those darling red work birds.
She often gives a recipe to go with the post. Sometimes, even some poetry.
She is also the leader of the Quilter's book club, where we enjoy and discuss a different book each month and make a block to represent that book.
If you have not guessed yet, go to A Starwood Quilter and get to know Susan Phillips. Although we have never met in person, we have had many exchanges and I look on her as a true friend. When I think back on my childhood schooling, I wonder how having such a teacher as Susan, might have changed my life or at least made those school days a whole lot happier. There are some lucky kids out there and the blogging world is a better place too.
Thanks Susan, you are a star of a star!