Monday, April 6, 2015

More Stars and Samplers


I haven't had a chance to work on much but the sampler blocks. I hope you aren't getting too bored with them!

Gee, I didn't even have time to iron it! lol This one is called Spice Pink. (who notices anything humble about this?)
Here is fun double T.
And two blocks from Stars in a Time Warp. This past week Barbara explored a style of print rather than a color theme. It was fun to learn about foulards. Read about them HERE.

And this is what you missed on my Instagram feed this week.

Have a great day.

19 comments:

  1. great block - isn't there usually a red bud on a whig rose block? love love your stars! It's always fun to see you Instagram photos :)

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  2. I like how you have two triangles of a different fabric in the Double T. Adds interest.
    Your Spice Pink looks fine. I am trying to figure out what is "humble" about the block. The only difference I see between your block and mine besides fabric is no tiny circle in the middle of the flowers. I did not enjoy doing the tiny circles.

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  3. Love that central motif on the applique block--framed so well. I, for one, am not getting bored at all! Love seeing how you three progress on this quilt...hugs, Julierose

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  4. No boredom here! Keep posting these great blocks! And I love your new haircut.

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  5. I never get tired of seeing your work in progress!

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  6. tus bloques son muy guapos!!!
    les estrellas preciosas
    saludos

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  7. tus bloques son muy guapos!!!
    les estrellas preciosas
    saludos

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  8. Okay, I give up. What's humble about that block?
    I love that black/brown star!
    BTW, no boredom here!!

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  9. No ! Never getting bored with your work ! I really love your blocks and your stars are cute !!

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  10. Your stars and sampler blocks are great...not boring at all!

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  11. Your stars and sampler blocks are great...not boring at all!

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  12. Definitely not tired of your sampler blocks! Love the double T block :0)

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  13. Only the fact that it's not pressed makes it humble. Love the extra print tossed into the T block, I'm loving the fact that I can follow along with this quilt. I have the book, but not the pattern.

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  14. Are the little centers missing from the flowers?

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  15. Great applique block. You are so busy stitching up beautiful blocks. :)

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  16. Great Blocks - love your applique one and the colors, Mary

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  17. Great Blocks - love your applique one and the colors, Mary

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  18. It is fun seeing the different fabrics you are all using, beautiful blocks.

    Debbie

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  19. Loved learning about foulards prints! Recognise the word in French meaning scarf but didn't know it had other meanings! Please say the humble block is the double T rather than the applique one as I zoomed in close and didn't spot anything! Love your blocks Lori !

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