Friday, January 27, 2017

Alphabet Sampler


Here is the next part to the alphabet sampler that Karen and I are doing. There may be a couple of others too. Speak up and I'll make sure to add you to our emails. We also want to see your blocks. These are all going to be very different since the directions are very loose. 
 The upper right hand flower was the small spokes to my Porch Quilt that I didn't add seam allowance to, so it was cast aside. I'm so glad I could use it in this quilt!
 I used an applique basket out of a Jan Patek book. The original is paper pieced, I believe.
Blocks one and two together with a vine underneath them.
The winner of the homespuns is comment #9  Faith Fiene. Thanks for entering!

Here's my Instagram feed for the week. I can't believe it is Friday already. Whoop! Whoop! 
Enjoy your weekend, friends.

20 comments:

  1. I like how you used the spokes for your flower. Good idea. I have not added faces to my girls. I like your knots for the hair. If I have room, I will do the same. Using the same design, how different they can look. Enjoying it.

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  2. Such a sweet block!
    The 2 together look wonderful.

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  3. Loving that quilt. CONGRATS to Faithe. Yes, the week flew by.

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  4. Loving that quilt. CONGRATS to Faithe. Yes, the week flew by.

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  5. Lori, Just WONDERFUL!!! Visited Karen's post and looks as though the two of you are having so much fun working on this fabulous design together. To the both of you KODOS!!!
    Hug's, Carolyn

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  6. Cute flower!! I love how you used your oops in this quilt! Just perfect! I'm loving this quilt already, those girls are fun!

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  7. This is delightful, Lori. I enjoy seeing the ways you make it unique. Good use of the leftover part as the flower.

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  8. Lori bonitos bloques !!
    me gusta ver como interpretan los patrones
    cada una de vosotras
    buen fin desemana

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  9. Looks great! I love this quilt so much!

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  10. So pretty. I love this quilt so much :)

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  11. Congrats to Faith!
    This two blocks are so primitive, I like them so much?

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  12. It pays to save the outcast blocks from one project. It can be the perfect solution for another.

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  13. It pays to save the outcast blocks from one project. It can be the perfect solution for another.

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  14. Love seeing how you are both working on the quilt and the different fabric choices, love them both.

    Debbie

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  15. OMG that pattern is so so CUTE!! I love the girls

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  16. This is really going to be enjoyable to follow along! Have a wonderful weekend and safe travels to you.

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  17. Love this style of quilt and your spokes make the perfect flower!

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  18. This is adorable! Homespun fabrics are calling me now after seeing this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. I very much like your two blocks. Please add khryskringle at yahoo to mailing list. I'm trying to get back to applique. Just those two blocks would be a great piece. I like your header photo, too.

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