Monday, April 29, 2019

Spencer Museum Quilt month 3

Here is my 3rd block of the Spencer Museum quilt designed by Jan Patek.

I tried to add a bit of green, but really didn't like it.

Here are my three blocks. Unfortunately it was getting late and the light in my sewing room was not good. Let's do the final block next month, then quilt assembly the following month.

Here is Dorothy R lovely block!!

Be sure to check out Karen and Rebecca's blog and see their blocks. Anybody else?

String linky party on May 1st! My blocks are done, but I need to sew them together!!

9 comments:

  1. What a beautiful new block!1 i love them all and the fabrics you have chosen...
    very nice work..great pattern, too...hugs, Julierose

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  2. I love your final decision of fabric for the leaves. Your blocks look good together. Hugs

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  3. You are juggling many things right now with this Spencer Museum Quilt, Your String-along, the doll quilt swap--and I am sure there is more I am missing.

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  4. I like how you used fussy cutting for the rounded shape in the middle of the pot. The French General fabrics are working well.

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  5. Ooooh! I love the fabrics you picked out for this block. So pretty!

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  6. Wonderful block! You definitely made the right decision about the leaves. But you don’t know until you try. Love the fussy cut circle!

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  7. What a fantastic looking block! This one is one of my favorites.:)

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  8. Love the blueish colour you are using in the latest block. Makes a change from green.

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  9. Your blocks are lovely, Lori! I like the blue leaves with the blue stem for block #3, it was a very good decision to stick with the same color! Besides, the blue adds more interest to the over all look!

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