Monday, February 27, 2017

ABC Primitive Sampler


Here's the next part that Karen and I have completed on Cheri's ABC Sampler. (it is $75 and you will need to email her for the pattern) I am using 3 different completed quilt tops to guide me as I get this quilt together and they are all different. Each one will definitely be unique!

 K and L
We finished Q and R so quickly we added it to our show and tell this week. We decided to work on the blocks below since they all square up together. I love both of the bird blocks!!

The rooster got me anxious to get started on my "Year of the Rooster" quilt challenge

My instagram feed for the week!

Have a fantastic Monday, friends!


16 comments:

  1. The polka dot chicken reminds me of a wood door knob hanger a friend gave me. It is a polka dot rooster shaped very much like the one in the design. I used star fabric for the one I made. Your kite block is darker looking than mine and I like it very much.

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  2. Love it. As I've said before,you are amazing. Happy Monday.

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  3. Love, love, love these blocks. I love anything chicken. Great job. Hugs

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  4. OK I'm going to try to fix my No Blogger address thingy!

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    1. You could also just add an email address here https://plus.google.com/113383406626265741937

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    1. If this is Mona, No it is no-reply

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  6. Lori preciosos tus bloques !!!
    me encanta el gallo

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  7. All of the blocks look great, but I am especially partial to the plaid quail and polka dot rooster.
    Gotta say, the red shoes on your feed are stunning--yours?

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  8. This is turning out amazing! Love this pattern and I am anxious to do it. I need to get into my sewing room!

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  9. I love what the two of you are doing with this quilt -- your work is so "outside the box" for me that I really need to think about trying.....

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  10. Both you and Karen are great at combining fabrics and creating a delightful prim style.

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  11. I love yours and Karen's, both so wonderful and nice choices of fabrics.

    Debbie

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  12. hhmmm, does that rooster look familiar? ;0
    this is such fun to watch - what a great prim pattern.
    the girls is adorable

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  13. Great progress, Lori! I also liked the blue and pink antique in the next post.

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