Thursday, January 7, 2016

Dutch Treat - the Journey Continues....

A New Year and new goal for my Dutch Treat project.
Last year's goal was to complete 2 blocks per month.
This year's goal is 2 blocks per WEEK or a minimum of 8 blocks per month.
I sure hope you don't get tired of seeing these little 5" applique' blocks.
These are the ones I've completed so far for January:

TEA CAKES

COURTYARD

MAPLE LEAF

REMEMBRANCE

MALTESE CROSS

And my favorite block so far for January....

WINDMILL

Wishing you a very productive start to January!

every quilt tells a story.....

18 comments:

  1. That windmill blockis awesome! Those 5" blocks are going to make one beautiful quilt

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  2. I will never tire of seeing these blocks - they are beautiful. Eight per month...wow!

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  3. Oh, me too ont he windmill but they are lovely and always a Treat to see.

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  4. Your blocks always look like real Deft tiles. The windmill is awesome!

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  5. Oh la la! Love to see those candy blocks.

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  6. Love them all but that windmill is amazing! :)

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  7. Love all the blocks. The windmill looks fantastic.
    Have a nice weekend, Manuela

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  8. All so beautiful! looking forward to seeing many more this year with your progress plan :)

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  9. Amazing Windmill block ! 8 blocks a month WOW ! You can do it :-D

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  10. You are ambitious, but I know you can do it. Lovely blocks.

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  11. talk about stepping up the pace!!! Love it. What an encouragement! And I was thinking about completing one block a month for each of the quilt I am working on. I better get busy.

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  12. Unos bloques preciosos. Tienen una ligereza increible!!!
    Besos

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  13. The windmill is my favorite block this time. Definitely Dutch in style.

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  14. Wow, awesome.Love them all and look very tricky for me.

    Have a fun week.

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  15. Beautiful blocks! The windmill block is fabulous. I can see why it was your favorite, but looks like it was difficult.

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  16. After seeing this project on your blog I added the book to my Amazon wish list and my son gave me the book for Christmas. Not sure how I will use it but I am loving these little blocks. I so enjoy seeing your progress with them. Beautiful.

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  17. The windmill is adorable. They are all sweet. Best wishes with your goal. It's going to be a beautiful quilt.

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  18. All your blocks are so lovely! and I am IN LOVE with that Windmill. Can't wait to see more.

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