Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Happy Spring....


LILY


CASTLE WINDOW

It was snowing this weekend and today it's sunny and 74 degrees outside.
My blocks this week are a bit reflective of this week's weather - a bit all over the place.

In addition to these Spring themed Dutch Treat blocks, I finally completed my first block of the "Let it Snow" BOM by Buttermilk Basin. Wool Applique' on a cotton background fabric. This was quick and fun to stitch.

I also worked on 4 more blocks for the 1857 Album Quilt.

The oval seeds still need to be stitched in the corners of each block.
That will be my task for tomorrow evening.

Wishing you a very Happy & Productive Spring!

14 comments:

  1. Spring weather--one day wearing short sleeves the next day wearing thermal underwear! Your appliqué is beautiful and seeing your Buttermilk Basin appliqué makes me wish I had joined this BOM

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  2. As always, your work is impeccable.

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  3. Spring flowers and a snowman...typical all over the place spring weather! :)

    1857 blocks look wonderful! :)

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  4. Spring flowers and a snowman...typical all over the place spring weather! :)

    1857 blocks look wonderful! :)

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  5. Your are very busy.
    The new Block of the BOM is wonderful. The little snowman is very cute.
    Happy Easter, Manuela

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  6. I love that Lily block! Your 1857 Album blocks are beautiful, love your fabrics. I have been printing off the patterns for that one and the Let It Snow BOM.

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  7. Always a joy to see your Dutch Treat blocks. Darling Let it snow. Are you still doing the Farmers Wife sampler? I miss your special conversational fabrics!

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  8. Your 1857 Album blocks look so different than mine because of the fabric selection. I could be very happy with your version.

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  9. pretty blue blocks. the off white with the bird relief is so cute!
    great alphabet block :)

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  10. I have not heard of the Let it Snow BOM I will have to go and check it out .
    Your Dutch treat blocks are just the sweetest !

    Love your fabric choices on your 1857 Album blocks :-D

    Happy Easter !!!

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  11. Your Dutch Treat blocks are so sweet but I really love the colors for the 1857 Album blocks! Blessings, Gretchen

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  12. More sweet beauties! The colors you are working with for the 1857 project are wonderful.

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  13. Wow! You have been busy! I am slow to comment, been distracted by all things non-sewing...I love the background you used on your cutie snowman as well as that beautiful blue wool :) Our weather has been confused too...warm, then oh,wow! hailstorm...

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