Friday, July 30, 2010

Scorcher...and Book Winner

I think my iron was a little hot!!! I was making this block on my way to making
these blocks. Before i left for my week long Sunriver stay I got this box of wool applique to do for a quilt shop. I did get the blocks mailed off yesterday. It's a good thing she sends a little extra.
Here was a project that the quilt shop owner started but ran out of time so sent it off to me. I like it a lot. Generally she would like all of her projects done by machine but because she already had it glue basted I opted to finish it by hand.
Look at this fantastic linen purse I won from Brandie! She has an Etsy shop with other adorable bags and crafts too. You should check it out.



My son drew a name from the bowl and the winner of Jean Wells Intuitive Color & Design book is KatyQuilts!! Congratulations!
Please send me your mailing address and I'll get it out right away.



Have a terrific weekend!

26 comments:

  1. I love all the teapots! Too bad about the scorch mark, but at least it was just on a single block and not after the quilt was put together!

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  2. The teapots are too cute! I love the flower applique block too. I thought from your title that "scorcher" referred to the weather! That is what it is supposed to be here today. Ugh!

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  3. Are the teapot blocks from a block of the month or a pattern? I love them. To bad about the scorch mark. :(

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  4. The teapot quilt is so cute. Love them all.
    Happy you had extra fabric to replace the scorched mark

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  5. The teapots look great! Glad you had extra to fix up the scorched block.

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  6. Those teapots are absolutely adorable! Is it a BOM or a pattern?

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  7. Sorry about your scorched block. The teapot blocks are so gorgeous! Is is a new pattern? That is going to be a fabulous quilt.

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  8. The teapots are adorable, Lori. Sorry about the scorching - ack!

    Congrats to the winner of the book! WooHoo!

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  9. Don't you just hate it when you do something like that? The finished blocks look really nice. You always do such nice work! It's certainly good when we have extra fabric to work with.

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  10. That is the cutest wool quilt I've ever seen. Sorry it happened, you'll only do it once. Take care

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  11. Those wool blocks are amazing! So much detail - you have been busy. Yikes that's quite the scorch mark!

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  12. Yikes, that is worse than a bad hair day! Glad there was a bit "extra" to save the day! Lovely blog!

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  13. oh my...I cringed at the site of that scorch! Been there myself several times- but all is well that ends well, no?
    I just love the teapots!! Tell me more, please.
    Karen

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  14. Ouch - poor December! That is one hot iron! Oh that wool basket you finished for the shop owner is adorable!

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  15. The teapot blocks are so prim cute! The scorch mark may just add charm to the quilt. Maybe you can spray some of the Distress It spray on in other places and it will not just be a one place mark. And I really like the pot of flowers you were finishing up.

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  16. Such cute teapots! (I've done the scorch thing a few times over thye years).
    Great work on the other project.
    Congrats on the book win.

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  18. Its early here and after I read my post could see I couldn't string a sentence together.
    Love the teapots they are fun. The flower block is super toooooo.

    I need a cuppa tea.

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  19. I love that teapot quilt! Lucky you were able to replace the burnt piece.

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  20. Where is the teapots pattern? Too cute and in wool?!! Adorable!!!!

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  21. I love the teapot quilt! Is that a pattern that we can buy or download?

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  22. woops, what the background wool also? wow, that is a scorch. Can you remove the teapot to attach to a new background? Cute project!

    congrats to the winner

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  23. Ouch! That is quite a burn! Glad you could repair it. The quilt is darling!

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  24. Very cute! Love the flower basket :o)

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  25. oh jeez~!!~ good thing there was extra fabric~!

    LOVE the wool basket block~!!!!~

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  26. So many have asked for the pattern but I haven't seen your response...in case you have posted it somewhere could you please, please send it to me? A very good friend said that she'd love to make a teapot applique quilt and I know that she'd just love yours! My email address is kidcollector8@yahoo.com...or....would you just please tell me where I could find it. Thank you so much.

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