Friday, May 9, 2014

Benjamin Biggs Quilt Blocks

If you've followed along on my blog for very long you know I like to keep up with mystery quilts, BOM's and sew-alongs. This last month threw me for a loop and I fell behind on my BBiggs quilt.
Block 4

Block 5
All caught up!!
 Before I machine appliqued the two above I had these on my sewing room floor laid out. I started thinking I'd stop at 4 blocks and have a little wall hanging. 
Then I went to my sewing machine and found this one ready to go. So, maybe I'll make an eight block quilt instead!
Blocks 1-5 Complete!!


21 comments:

  1. Your blocks are beautiful! Love the color choices. I hope to finish hand appliqueing block #5 today. I'm determined to stay caught up.

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  2. Please and sorry! I'm very new to the world of quilting, but what/who is Benjamin Biggs?

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    1. http://justtakes2.com/basic-information-benjamin-biggs-quilt/

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  3. I stopped at three for the moment and put them together as 19 inchers for a table runner to go in the living room. I am hand quilting that, so I have some nice little project for the spring that I can take my time on.

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  4. Your blocks look great, as always! Doesn't it feel good to be caught up!?

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  5. Your blocks are looking good. I haven't started but have the patterns. Hugs

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  6. Another heirloom in the making!! Gorgeous!!

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  7. I'm so glad you decided to keep going, those blocks are really special.

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  8. Oh just keep going with us Lori, make it a twin size, and then we will do our best to get it to queen size and before you know it we will have you yo king size. :)
    Your five blocks are pretty together

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  9. Your blocks are really looking good! I love your blue and red color choice! So glad you were able to get caught up!

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  10. Your blocks are looking wonderful! I doubt that you'll regret making 8.:)

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  11. I just know that I will be so sorry that I did not do this quilt...I always love your quilts (applique especially) but there just isn't time for everything. Beautiful blocks.

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  12. These blocks are simply pretty!

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  13. So glad you caught up - the blocks are gorgeous and I am loving seeing them all in blue and red!

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  14. I wish I'd find things at the my sewing machine ready to go! : )
    Always beautiful work, Lori!

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  15. These blocks are so beautiful, I hope you can keep going beyond the eight.

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  16. It's hard when you get behind, but now you're all caught up! They look great together, no matter how many more you make.

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  17. You do better than me at keeping up with the sew-alongs and bom's. I am good at saving the patterns though!

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  18. Your blocks are looking amazing! Love seeing them in the blue/red combo.

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  19. Always love your work Lori -- congrats on getting caught up. They are beautiful!

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