Thursday, October 18, 2012

Just Takes Two

Here is October 15th blocks for Just Takes Two.

Here is the 3rd quarter section! Woo-Hoo! Three more months and I'll be ready to get this top together and move on with something else!!

29 comments:

  1. Its great! Did it rain on your run last weekend? Did you finish - I'm sure you did. When my husband ran, I would wait at the finish line and cry everytime he came into view, sad I know....

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  2. Great race and great progress on your blocks!

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  3. This is going to be a really amazing quilt! I don't think I will ever get tired of seeing red and white quilts. Although I might prefer gazing at your Dear Jane!

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  4. You've done a beautiful job on these blocks, Lori.
    How did the race go? I guess I could check that out on your other blog, right? Right!

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  5. they are looking gorgeous, can't wait to see how the final section fits in

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  6. I printed off the first set of patterns when they first came out - and have never done a single thing with them so I really admire you for sticking with it - the finished quilt will be totally awesome!

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  7. Your quilt is coming together so nicely. I really like the reds you're using.

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  8. Coming along nicely. Going to be gorgeous when finished!

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  9. I like that you varied the red fabrics in your quilt. It's going to be lovely!

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  10. So many have given up on the project. It will be interesting to see how many bloggers show finished quilts.

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  11. I've really enjoyed following along on this journey, Lori.

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  12. Really love the red and white...I've been thinking about red and white ever since that show....

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  13. They look great! How fun to be able to sew them together! (I'm envious about how you've kept up with these--I'm so very far behind!)

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  14. Oh this is beautiful and some really hard to make looking blocks in there.

    blessings, jill

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  15. Love to see your new blocks. I've about given up on them, too many other projects took me away. My Farmer's wife is ready to quilt so it will be a while before I get back to JT2. I've been saving and printing the patterns.

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  16. Such lovely reds you are using :0) Your blocks look great - it's going to be one amazing sampler!

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  17. How beautiful! Are you doing needle turn applique? I'm getting further behind but will catch up this winter. Yours it really terrific looking.

    Happy Sewing

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  18. Your blocks are beautiful..I love all the different reds!

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  19. LOVE how this quilt is coming together! I'm not usually a sampler fan, but this one has stolen my heart..It's my kind of quilt!

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  20. Your Just Takes 2 is really starting to come together now Lori, it is looking really lovely. Seeing your progress may inspire me to get my Just Takes too long out of hibernation and play with it again :)

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  21. Looking terrific! Love the variety in your reds and all the prints you chose.

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  22. beautiful, love that you used a lot of different red fabrics. happy to see the blocks together.
    inspiring
    Kathie

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  23. Congratulations on all your completed blocks!
    I love the variety of reds you are using.

    Beautiful work!!!

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  24. looks great lori - i really like the crossed key block!

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  25. Hey Lori, The red and white is really looking great. I admire you perseverance! Some of the blocks are really out there but you have patiently assembled them all beautifully! cheers, CW

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  26. That lone star block is calling my name. It's been awhile since I tried that pattern. May have to get out my book. Now where did I put that red fabric, hmmmm. So inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

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