QUILT INFO

The quilt shown in the header is from a pattern by Cheri Saffiote Payne. The design is from an older book "Two Hour Christmas Projects".

Friday, November 22, 2013

Spring Cleaning

Time for Spring Cleaning.  Certainly not the kind of spring cleaning that involves a vacuum cleaner.  I completed the "Spring Cleaning" section of "My Country Seasons".  I like the big flower on this section.  And the little quilt on the clothesline.
The next section is the summer one and has several people on it so I think it is going to take longer to stitch.  Check back with me in a couple days.

By the way, on Cheri Saffiote-Payne's blog earlier today, she said she had found the file for the pattern to make this quilt and will add it to her website soon.  I don't know how long "soon" is, so if you have been searching for the pattern, check with her.

Karen


24 comments:

  1. otro bloque fantástico !!!
    estaré atenta al patrón
    gracias por compartir.........
    buen din de semana
    saludos

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  2. So gorgeous! Loving it! I actually have this pattern in my huge pile of Cheri's... on the someday list!

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  3. Your making real progress. I was on her site earlier and she hadn't added it yet, guess I need to check back! Yours is looking wonderful!

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  4. Each one could stand on its own......so cute.

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  5. I am loving the woman beating the quilt.
    I saw that on Cheri's blog. Great, for those who applique. : )

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  6. Oh my Goodness Karen! You are moving right along on this quilt!

    I'm loving this more and more each time you post your progress.

    I'll check out Cheri's blog...maybe I'll get lucky and can work this into my Goals for 2014. (but first I have learn how to applique...hmmmm)

    Hope you have Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. That is such a fun quilt. I plan on working on mine as soon as I finish this week for others, then I can make things for next year but enjoy making it during the holidays.

    Debbie

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  8. This is adorable! Love your colour choices.

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  9. So cute. Cheri's patterns are great!

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  10. Another sweet block..I love it xx

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  11. Karen, I am amazed at your progress! Your applique is just beautiful! Once again I have to say I love this quilt!!

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  12. Adorable. That's my type of Spring cleaning! When I clicked on your blog the very first thing I noticed is your pieced turkey. I have that same turkey in a Fall quilt I made ages ago...but I still haven't added it's turkey legs! Poor bird. Love your blog banner.

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  13. You're moving right along! Looks great!

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  14. You resurrected an old pattern! Good for you and Cheri!
    Love the spring section, Karen.

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  15. Love this section, and your work...pretty!! A REALLY fun quilt!

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  16. T'ha quedat un bloc primaveral molt bonic. Tens raó quan dius que la flor gran es molt maca.
    Espero que acabis de passar un bon cap de setmana.

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  17. Sweet! Especially love the cat and the crow :-)

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  18. Love your Country Seasons so I just had to go to Cheri's website to order it and of course The Twelve Days of Christmas, because you just can't order one...right?

    Thanks for sharing, Karen. Your work always brings a smile to my face.

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  19. I enjoyed reading several of your recent posts... Love what you are working on! I think the Autumn Harvest is my favorite so far! Just might have to visit Cheri's website...

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  20. Spring Cleaning turned out darling! I love all the wonderful stitched details - as always your work is beautiful!

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  21. very cute panel
    fun turkey header too!

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  22. So lovely!
    Greetings from Finland! :)
    Ulla's Quilt World
    Hugs, Ulla

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  23. I thank you for sharing your work. It is so nice. I just left Cheri's website and have ordered the quilt. Can't wait to start it. Hugs

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