Thursday, June 9, 2011


Here is my latest block of Beyond the Cherry Tree. Block 21 was posted today!!

 Here is the center of block 16 which will be in the center of my quilt....in my own hand!

 Jan Patek Bible BOM. Folk art for sure!!
 Twelve Days of Christmas by Cheri. I got my two birds stitched down and added the pied piper. I am loving the results!!
This was a quick shot on party day for my niece.  We had a lovely weekend and enjoyed our company and the festivities!! Way to go Hannah!!

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  1. Lori great folk art indeed. The 12 Days looks good - quite a few to come though! Love the piper with his swanky tie!

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  2. Your cherry tree block is so pretty! I love it. And your niece looks very happy, as she should be. Congratulations to her!

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  3. You have gotten a lot of work done on each project, each one beautifully done. I am such a slacker lately.
    Beautiful photo of your niece.

    Debbie

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  4. Congratulations to your niece! :-)

    Love all the gorgeous blocks!

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  5. Wow... you've been busy!

    Congratulations to you beautiful niece!!!

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  6. How many BOM projects do you currently have going? You are amazing! They all look good to me.

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  7. Love the Beyond the Cherry Tree block, great circles. What a lot you have accomplished this week.

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  8. I'm incredulous that Hannah is graduating already! Wasn't it just yesterday . . . . . . She sure has grown up to be a lovely girl. You must be so proud.

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  9. I love that basket block with all the berries. And congratulations to Hannah!

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  10. Lovely blocks and a lovely graduate. She sure looks happy! All the best.

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  11. Beautiful blocks Lori. I always enjoy seeing your applique.

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  12. I agree with Janet O. - how many BOM projects do you do!! Beautiful work!! It is always a blessing to celebrate with family!!

    Blessings

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  13. Love your cherry trees blocks Lori - and bot does that look like one happy girl!

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  14. So this week must have been applique week? Fab work as usual.

    Congratulations to the new graduate!

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  15. Your applique work is so fabulous, Lori -- I can't believe you are working simultaneously on 3 completely different adorable blocks. I can't even pick a favorite -- they are all so great.

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  16. Wonderful finishes - love them both! Congrats to your niece - she is so CUTE!

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  17. You have been super busy. Your blocks are fantastic. The inking and your signature add a wonderful personal touch.

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  18. I love your cherry tree block - all those berry stems look perfect.

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  19. Congrats to your niece! you have been busy!
    love your latest basket block, great green for the basket, LOVE that. What are you using for the background of your applique btct?
    Kathie

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  20. Great stitching Lori...you've gotten lots done. I really love the 12 Days.

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  21. Congratulations to Hannah! Looks like you had a great celebration. Love all the blocks.

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  22. Wow - you are a busy girl! All of your projects are wonderful!

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  23. Congratulations to your graduate! I love your BCTC block. You have been busy with your applique.

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  24. Lots of lovely work to show and parties! You do fill your time with pleasurable activities.

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  25. You've been very busy, I love the red and green block. Your niece looks very happy and she should be.

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  26. From the angle of the picture, I thought at first the decoration on the cake was a Princess feather! Congratulations to your niece. I hope the party was a lot of fun.

    Your blocks are all beautiful, just like always.

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  27. Love the colors of the Cherry tree block. this is only to look so good when done. I like to see the blocks one by one.
    Congrats to your niece!

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  28. The blocks all look so good.
    Congrats to your niece. You looks so happy. (She also looks very pretty).

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  29. Lori your blocks are so beautiful. Love your signature block. Congrats to your niece. Hugs.

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  30. you've been staying busy even with all the family gatherings....enjoy seeing all your projects....cheri

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  31. BTCT is amazing, I posted over on the other blog. Love your basket fabric. Congrats on the grad in the family.

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  32. So many goodies to share. I like the green basket on the Cherry Tree block. I printed out block 21 today. Not too many more to go.

    I have block 5 of the Noah quilt ready to applique. I don't know what I am waiting for to work on it.

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  33. Congrats to the new grad!
    Love your blue coin quilt in the header and the appliques too!

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  34. <3 that cherry block!! Seems very folky, and great urn fabric.

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  35. Love your block - colors are captivating.

    The Bible BOM blocks are fabulous, as well.

    Congratulations, Hannah!!!

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  36. Look at that beautiful smile! I love celebrating those milestones! And the cherry tree is so great! I think that green and red will always be the very best color combination. The idea of having hand work around to do is something I did this rainy spring. I was sad when my pieces were all done! Going to start a wool hydrangea piece next week. Have a good weekend Lori! xo Pam in Chico

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  37. Both quilts are just wonderful, Lori!! I love the red and green combination...so pretty!

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  38. Beautiful quilt blocks - Congratulations to your niece - love her smile!

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  39. That was a lot of circles to applique! Love the block.
    The folk art quilt is great too.
    Must have been a fun party!

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  40. All your blocks look great - love the bible one and cherries! And the 12 days - like I said all...lol.
    your niece is so lovely and looks sooo happy.
    My Hanna graduates next week.
    xo

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