Monday, January 6, 2014

Basket BOM

The next basket block is ready at Legend and Lace. It is called Sugar Bowl and it went together pretty smoothly.
Wendy is offering these as a FREE BOM.  Here are my 6 so far!! What are you waiting for????

23 comments:

  1. Very nice! Its going to be a lovely quilt!

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  2. So pretty Lori. I am making a row quilt with my Bee and mine will be baskets. I am enjoying seen your progress. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I love baskets, but it doesn't look like all of these have that "go together smoothly" guarantee!
    This will be a really fun quilt of baskets and I am "waiting" to see you finish it! *LOL*

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  4. I did go! :) I had decided awhile ago to do a sampler using some hand-piecing ( something to pick up and be able to do when my grands are over here doing puzzles, coloring etc. at the table ) So I'd done 3 baskets, pieced, and 2 applique. I thought I'd then do a row of houses or different things but then this morning I thought that perhaps I'd continue with the basket theme throughout. And then lo and behold, there you were with your baskets! :)

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  5. me, me, me...how do I find these patterns. Baskets are part of my blockhead goal for 2014!

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  6. I love the fabrics you've picked. This is going to be a very old fashioned looking quilt! I'll be following your progress!

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  7. tus cestas están guapísimas !!!
    las mis en espera
    saludos

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  8. Great baskets, it will be a wonderful quilt when its finished! Have a great day!!

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  9. Beautiful baskets! Love basket quilts but have too many UFO's to jump in right now. Tempting though! : )

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  10. Janet O would KILL me or should I say- get even more upset if I started this one. Lucky me, I have a bunch of baskets already made that I could put together and get a UFO off the list. I have a Bonnie Hunter Mystery to finish this week...

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  11. Love your baskets! I have all the patterns printed out, just waiting for the right mix of fabrics.:)

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  12. I love your blocks. I love baskets and a basket sampler is wonderful. I can not start any more UFOs. ;)

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  13. Lori, what is your go-to-favorite method for making hsts? Do you use any special tools or rulers, and if so, which ones. Forgive me if you've posted this info in the past, and I missed it! Thanks so much for your blog.

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  14. Your sugar bowl is looking sweet :0) They are such nice blocks - I should be making them.

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  15. Nice work Lori. Glad to see they are so popular! Wendy x

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  16. Your blocks are so fun and scrappy!

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  17. So cute! I love the scrappy fabric choices, great colors.

    PS I can't make the Baskets BOM bec I haven t put the finishing touches on my Porch quilt yet!! Only partly my fault, the quilter kept it for 8 months or more.....Plus if I do HST I want them to be for The Big Top quilt.

    lizzy at gone to the beach

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  18. I love the colors you put together for this one! They are all so cute, but I HAVE to finish some UFOs (plus I have 2 quilts planned as gifts to make).

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  19. Your blocks are so beautiful. Thanks for reminding me so I get the next block. Hugs

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  20. LOVE these basket blocks!!! The one at the very top is my personal favorite! What am I waiting for??? Just more hours in a day, days to a week, etc...

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