Today I continue my quest in creating and posting one block a day of the fabulous That Town And Country Quilt by the lovely Susan-Claire Mayfield. This is day three hundred and sixty-five of that project.

This quilt block is another corner block. This means there is a piece of green fabric signifying grass that stretches from the lower left corner to the upper right corner. It has a strong yellow stitching on it's edge. Sitting on the grass is a brightly colored house. It has a red triangular roof, a blue body, and a yellow window. There's also a red door with a large keyhole drawn in using pen.
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Today brings an end to a year of blocks.

It’s sure been fun and enlightening for me. This last square has a gatehouse with a big keyhole in the door.

You can enter here and travel all around my Town and Country. This door has unlocked so much more for me. It has allowed me to recall memories I thought I had forgotten and share them.

This project has encouraged the artist and storyteller in me. In other words, this door unlocks me. My heart, my past, and my imagination.

I’ve enjoyed sharing my stories with you. I’ve enjoyed making each of these little pieces of art.

Thank you so much for taking this journey with me.

On to a new year and new endeavors. I will be posting and sharing as we look forward to a healthy, happy new year.

Happy sewing,

Tina