Columbus Cityscape Block of the Month: History Center

The Ohio History Connection is situated between the Ohio State Fairgrounds and a heavily trafficked section of interstate.  This positioning has made the building a significant landmark in the city of Columbus.

The main building appears to rise up from the surrounding landscape and forms a wonderfully symmetrical building with a strong visual perspective.

I have been having fun selecting a few specialty fabrics for some of the buildings, and the banner on the history center was a perfect opportunity for some fussy cutting.  The banner on the building has an image of a mastodon skeleton, but mastodon fabric is really hard to come by, so we took some artistic liberty and substituted some really cute dinosaur fabric instead.  At least they are both (unfortunately) extinct!

This pattern is available from Dabble and Stitch in Columbus, Ohio.  If you have already purchased the pattern, you can access the extra templates here.  You will need the password included in the pattern instructions to access this page.

I will be doing a demonstration of a portion of this block at Dabble and Stitch tomorrow, Sunday, September 2 at 1pm!

2 thoughts on “Columbus Cityscape Block of the Month: History Center

  1. Theresa Chopp says:

    I have been getting the blocks and attended a couple of the demonstrations. I am mow working on my blocks and I am having trouble figuring out which colors are which. My color patterns are not clear so I am having trouble figuring which ones I need. I am working on the Art Museum and I cannot figure out part B what colors are needed. I assume piecesd 2,4,6 and 12 are dark blue but what colors are 1,3.5,7 , 10, and 13? Can you help me? Thank you Theresa Chopp

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