QUILT INFO

I used an Electric Quilt applique design and modified it slightly to make this basket block.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

CATCHING UP ON SALLY POST BLOCKS

We recently had a week's vacation in Myrtle Beach, North Carolina.  I took time to prep the applique parts for all the rest of the Sally Post blocks.  I spent a lot of time stitching on them.  There were four blocks I missed making a part for so those were stitched up to the point of the missing part and then finished after the trip.  Of the 36 block patterns, I have two left to make.  Below are pictures of the newly completed blocks on the design wall.









 I didn't get a very good picture of this one.




And the penguin!  This is a block for the Country Threads "Noah" pattern.

Back to the sewing room!
Karen

26 comments:

  1. SO much work represented in all those appliqued blocks - lovely!

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  2. Lovely sally post blocks!! I'm still plodding along with mine - might get them done if I actually worked on them :). Great job & I love your applique work and fabrics. Looks like a 'productive' vacation.

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  3. What lovely work! My favorite are the blocks with the green fabric that has a bit of black in it--so striking! Your penguin looks very fun too.:)

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  4. Your blocks look wonderful! Love your fabric choice for the alternate blocks!

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  5. Wow your blocks are looking so pretty..I love them all so much.
    Big hugs x

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  6. I love the Sally Post blocks. The penguin is super cute! He looks like he enjoys his fish! :-) Thanks for sharing. K-

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  7. You have gotten a lot done and they look so beautiful against the red background.

    Debbie

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  8. These blocks are so pretty with the red corner setting, and the penguin is too cute!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  9. preciosos bloques !!
    que satisfacción al ver tanto trabajo y cosido en vacaciones
    ya tengo ganas de verlo listo para el aro
    saludos

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  10. pretty in pink.
    oh, your penguin is too cute.

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  11. Such pretty blocks, Karen. I love this quilt.
    And what a nice looking penguin!! : )

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  12. I think you may love to appliqué more than anybody I know! Love the blocks. Did you have fun at MB?

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  13. Karen, I still really love your Sally Post blocks!! Have you mentioned where you got the patterns? I'm considering a hand applique project for next year. Love these!

    Blessings

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  14. Karen, your blocks are wonderful. I love the fabrics that you have chosen.

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  15. Darling blocks Karen, love them set in that red! Sounds like your vacation week was relaxing.

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  16. Love all your blocks, great setting fabric to show them off. The penguin is so cute, he really fills the block. Glad you had a nice vacation.

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  17. Wonderful blocks and with only 2 to go! Wow! The penguin is too cute. I like how plump he looks.

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  18. Welcome home ! Sounds like you had a relaxing vacation . Your applique is amazing as always and the penguin is just the cutest. You are such a inspiration

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  19. T'han quedat uns blocs molt bonics. M'agrada el estil que tenen.
    Bona setmana.

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  20. Great vacation... Love the red framing of these blocks....

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  21. Hi Karen! I hope you and your hubby had a great time at Myrtle Beach :)

    I love your Sally Post blocks...great progress. Your penguin is just too adorable.

    A couple friends and I are heading to Rockledge this weekend... let me know if you are up that way. :)

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  22. Beautiful blocks! Your hands were not idle on vacation!

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  23. I love your Sally Post blocks.
    I have printed out all the patterns but haven't started yet.

    Cute penguin

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  24. Wow! Love your applique blocks - seriously pretty!

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  25. Fantastic Karen! You got a whole lot sewn! Your blocks are beautiful!

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