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, May 10, 2011

BIBLE BLOCK 3 AND COLLECTOR BLOCK 7

 I am back with two more completed applique blocks.  The first is from the "Bible Quilt" and is completed block number three.  I have one more block prepped and then I will need to start selecting fabrics for a few more.
Next is my seventh Collector block.  The last of the heart blocks and of that I am glad.
Posted by PicasaI like houses on quilts so naturally this is one that I like.  It did not take a lot of time to applique.  Now to decide which block will be the next one.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Karen

25 comments:

  1. Karen, I always love anything you post. You are so good at applique. Thank you for sharing your talent with us. I really like that Bible block. Have a great day.

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  2. Love your blocks! The house appliqué is so pretty!

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  3. I love both of your blocks and these quilts are going to be fantastic! I really love the house block, I am partial to houses, too!

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  4. I always enjoy seeing what you are working on.

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  5. I think this is my favorite Bible block yet. Of course, I'm really liking the Collector series, too! Do you know what year that was written? I can't find it on her website or anywhere else for sale.

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  6. Looking good Karen! Love the house block too! 8-)

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  7. Your blocks are wonderful...love them!

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  8. You are an applique machine! Love both blocks, but especially the Bible block.

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  9. Darling! I'm really loving the prim bible blocks, they are great. Love houses on quilts too, and that one is fantastic!

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  10. I love to see your bible blocks!!! Just so pretty in such gorgeous fabrics!!

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  11. I love the Bible blocks!! I love all your new blocks!

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  12. Great blocks but I too particularily like the house block. Was the heart part appliqued also or pieced?

    Crispy

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  13. Both blocks are terrific!! Yay!!

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  14. You've been wonderfully productive!
    Both of those applique blocks are beautiful!

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  15. I really enjoy seeing these blocks get posted. :) I love primitive style and all the other blogs I follow are focused on modern or artsy styles. So I find yours to be a breath of welcome "differentness". :D

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  16. Your blocks are great. Do you pre-shrink your homespuns before appliqueing with them?

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  17. Love them! I like houses on quilts too! :)
    xx, shell

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  18. I like houses too, it is looking nice :)

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  19. These are such great blocks that are sure to become fabulous quilts. I am itching to get quilt space set up and get to work *s*

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  20. The blocks look fantastic, thanks for showing them off.

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  21. Your Bible blocks are soo wonderful!

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  22. Lovely blocks again. I love that Bible quilt, and wrote to the Patek website, but haven't heard anything.
    The house block is great!
    Jane

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  23. This is such a cool project...I can't wait to see them all together!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  24. Your house block is beautiful, and compliments on the quilt in your blog header.

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