Wednesday, February 1, 2017

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These are the final Dutch Treat blocks I completed for the month of January, bringing my total to 7.

And as one month ends so shall another begin....
Today the February block for the SVBAQ Sew Along blog was revealed HERE.
Below is my interpretation of Esther's Red Tulip block.

I am looking forward to seeing how other quilter's make this block in February.
There are many wonderful blocks from this sew along shared on our Facebook page found HERE.

14 comments:

  1. WOW!!! 7 Dutch Treat blocks made in January !!! You are So close to finishing this Amazing quilt !!!

    and ....... Your Esther's Red Tulip block is GORGEOUS!!!!!

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  2. Wow, wonderful progress on your DT blocks.
    Your tulips looks great.

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  3. great progress you will finish this year for sure

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  4. It is almost unbelievable isn't it how fast the weeks go by! Your month was pretty productive! Beautiful new blocks added to the collection!

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  5. 7 Already this year. Wow! Only 75 to go right? That must feel pretty good. I love your Red Tulip block. I'm looking forward to seeing this month's variety of colors and methods too.

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  6. Congratulations on completing 7 blocks in January. That is a lot of stitching and they all turned out so beautiful.

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  7. This block looks easier than some of the blocks have been.

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  8. GORGEOUS Dutch Treat blocks ! I love it how the green color adds a "zing" to the whole. Very inspiring ! :)

    In stitches,
    NADINE

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  9. February already is here?????? Grin...time is passing too fast. We just celebrated 51 years. We were 16 and 17 when we started dating. I don't know where the time went or how I got so fat...LOL. Loving all your blocks...gorgeous as usual.

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  10. I am starting to sound redundant, but these are going to be some gorgeous quilts.

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  11. WOW...Your Dutch Treat quilt is going to be beautiful!

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  12. such lovely stitching. The green frond is so pretty.

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  13. The Dutch treat blocks continue to be lovely. The batiks you chose don't overwhelm the patterns. Esther's red tulips is a beautiful block. One of my faves in the quilt.

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  14. The Dutch treat blocks continue to be lovely. The batiks you chose don't overwhelm the patterns. Esther's red tulips is a beautiful block. One of my faves in the quilt.

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