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, January 14, 2014

April Wall Quilt

April's quilt is "Hare".  Another fun wall quilt done.

I am so enjoying creating small quilts and actually getting them done.

I am anxious for the latest copy of Primitive Quilts and Projects to arrive.  My copy always seems to arrive later than other people's.  I read on Missie Carpenter's blog (Traditional Primitives -she recently changed her blog name) that she has a punch needle project in this issue.  It also shows a wool version that can be done if you aren't into punch needle.  It has birds, berries, and flowers.  I look forward to doing the design in wool.  If you would like to see it, pop over to Missie's blog post.  I also see that she is giving away a year's subscription to the magazine.

Karen

25 comments:

  1. I too have several Sarah Sporer quilt patterns.....fun to see her work come back to life again!

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  2. Small, quick projects are my favorite! Just love the primitive look of your blocks.

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  3. You are one of the most productive quilters around. I was really not happy at quilting yesterday to find out everyone else had their new copy of Primitive Quilts...phew!!!...just got it out of my mailbox:)

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  4. That is a fun one for spring, I think I need to go through my books and re-look at the small ones. Have been going through some old magazines and things and getting ideas.

    Debbie

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  5. What a coincidence, I was just going through all of my old patterns and books the other day and found this very bunny pattern. He sure is a cute one too. I think I would like to try this in wool.

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  6. I want to hide in your sewing room so I can work on projects with you. They are great! Hugs

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  7. That is sooo cute, I love rabbits/hares.

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  8. i like your little quilt. I got my magazine today.

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  9. Cute bunny ! Another great finish! You are on a ROLL !

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  10. A great little Spring quilt, Karen.
    I am really loving Missie's pattern. I don't subscribe to any quilt magazines, and no one around here carries that one, but you can bet I am going to be hunting it down! : )

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  11. What a fabulous little Rabbit quilt! It turned out wonderful!

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  12. Sweet quilt - always enjoy your fabric choices!

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  13. 'Love the hare quilt. So far, the smaller quilts are as much as I have tackled, lol :)

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  14. What a cute bunny!! Thanks for the heads up on the magazine project.

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  15. es muy, muy divertido!!!
    me gusta prepara decoración para la primavera
    saludos

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  16. What a cute little bunny! Nice work!!!

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  17. Imagine I have to wait 2 more weeks to get my Primitive Magazine ...way after you... they should send the international first ;)
    You little hare is lovely....

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  18. He is so cute. I think he is my favorite. Happy Stitching.

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  19. Hi Karen,
    I'm loving all your little quilts. Have to say that hearts are always a winner in my opinion.

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  20. Love your little Hare!! Don't you just love making little quilts...those are the ones most likely to get done at my house, LOL!!

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  21. Hi Karen. I've just returned from a trip and I'm still getting caught up on my blog reading.

    I love your "Hare" small quilt...aren't they satisfying?

    Thanks for the link to Missie's blog.

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  22. So lovely! :)
    Greetings from Finland!
    Hugs, Ulla

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  23. I received my Primitive Quilt Project( a lot of nice things in this issue, love it!) yesterday, thanks to you, I have ordered Missie's kit 2 weeks ago so I'm ready to start....
    Happy quilting!

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