QUILT INFO

The quilt block shown is made from a pattern called "Garden of Hollyhocks" and is found in Norma Whaley's book "Sweet and Simple".

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

NEW WOOL PROJECT

Just to let you know what I am working on, I am sharing a picture.
No stitching yet on these blocks.  I am just in the preparation stage.  I have six more to prep for the wall hanging.  These will be good for me to stitch on during some down time I will have in January and February.

Enjoy your day!

Karen

25 comments:

  1. They are so pretty....and I sure hope you have a fast recovery with little "down time."

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  2. Another lovely project! Hope that the 'down-time' is nothing too taxing and that you are back in the saddle quickly *s*

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  3. perfect to work on during your recovery.
    Wonderful your getting things ready to work on
    Merry Christmas
    Kathie

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  4. Those are gorgeous! I love anything w/wool in it! Nothing like having some time to work on a new project.

    Merry Christmas!

    Tanya~friendshipcrossing.blogspot.com

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  5. This looks like another stunner!! You have such good taste! :o)
    Take care!
    Paueltte

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  6. Fantastic hand project for when you are laid up!!

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  7. Very pretty, nice to have some hand work to do when you are down.
    I did the same thing this summer.

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  8. Even without stitching, I can already tell I'm going to LOVE it!! Can't wait to see more. Are they on a cotton background?

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  9. They are gorgeous, O Prolific One! I hope your down-time will be short and painless!

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  10. Those are lovely. I'm hoping for some nice down time too during those months.

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  11. I really love these.

    I have a wool basket kit in my sewing room and I really should get it out and start it.

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  12. Lovely! Especially the sunflower one :-)

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  13. Down time? That doesn't sound very fun! :-/ Hope all is well and it is a short time! Very cute blocks! Are they all wool? Have a happy week!

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  14. Oooh, They look very pretty!!!!
    Elzaan

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  15. Perfect stitching projects for the time you will be laid up, Karen! Love 'em!

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  16. Hi these are beautiful!
    I'm so impressed that you prep so many at a time - that is brilliant.
    I'm usually in too big a hurry to prep more than one. I'm going to try this on my next project.
    Happy Stitching.

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  17. Those blocks are wonderful - love all the different print backgrounds. Also, love the little quilt in the previous post. Really sweet.
    Sheila H.

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  18. What is that pattern. I am very new to wool and would love to make something like this.

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  19. Perfect project for your down time!

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  20. Another beautiful project Karen.
    I love the nearly completed UFO's in the previous post. How do you get so much done?

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  21. I'm impressed that you are getting all these pretty blocks prepped ahead so you just have to pick it up and start stitching. I hope your down time goes quickly and smoothly :0)

    Crispy

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  22. Karen, great project for your downtime and can't wait to see the rest.
    Merry Christmas,
    Bonnie

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  23. I recognized those wool blocks, I think I have 2 still to stitch. I better get on that.

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