Friday, December 27, 2013

Wool Flower Blocks

 
I worked on a small hand project while family was here for the holidays. It's pretty hard to work on a large quilt that takes one seat! (I brought it back out today)
The one blocks join the others.

I had a busy full Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Dinner for 16!! Crazy but fun!

Have an awesome weekend!

18 comments:

  1. Your wool flower blocks are coming along nicely. Can't believe you managed to get some stitching in with all that holiday hustle & bustle-your are amazing! Sounds like you had a wonderful Christmas! (hugs from PA)

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  2. I brought that one to prep while in bend. Have t so to finish up

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    1. I really like these! What are your backgrounds? Flannel, Cotton, or Wool?

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  3. Your blocks are so pretty! I know...those big projects are hard to handle with a big crowd at the house...glad you had a good time!!

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  4. wool is so nice to work with and uses so much less space!

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  5. It sounds like you had a couple of busy days! Your wool flowers look so fun.

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  6. Your blocks are looking fabulous! Love the prim look to them. Sounds like you were hopping busy. Good times for sure.:)

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  7. Love those blocks, Lori. Smart of you to have them prepped and ready to go whenever you could grab them.
    I just put sewing away for the few days of family festivities. With gatherings of one sort or another every day from Sunday to Thursday, there just wasn't even time to sit and hand stitch. But last night I was finally able to take deep breaths and play with my featherweight. So fun!

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  8. preciosos bloques!!!!
    feliz año nuevo
    saludos

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  9. Love your wool blocks. You make appliqueing wool look so nice and easy. No, I haven't tried it yet. Hopefully soon, Happy New Year.

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  10. I was thinking about my woolie projects too. Just thinking so far. Need a lay down. ;)

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  11. your blocks are wonderful! we are going to have to get together to stitch wool sometime!

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  12. Love these blocks....pattern or book?

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    1. Karen, they are an older pattern designed by Linda Brannock and Sue Spargo.
      You are a no-reply commenter, so I hope you see this answer. :)

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  13. Wow...love your blocks. They are really nice. http://carolquilting.blogspot.com

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  14. Love your new blocks. Can't wait to see the finished project!

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