QUILT INFO

The quilt shown in the header is from a pattern by Ginger Cookie Company caled "Basket of Sunflowers".

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Whig Rose Part Two

Two more completed Whig Rose blocks.  A total of four and all that is needed for the quilt.  Next comes the piecing.  You can see the first two blocks in the previous post.

I have started experimenting with a product new to me in doing applique.  The blocks are drying now so I can't take pictures just yet.  I will share the results in my next post.  It is fun to try new things.
Karen

18 comments:

  1. More of our applique goodness Karen. These are so beautiful.

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  2. I love these blocks! So pretty! I am curious about your new product since I will be starting a large applique project,

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  3. Those are beautiful, and i love the fabrics.

    Debbie

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  5. That's one of my favorite appliqué blocks. I love your prim twist.

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  6. Hmmm, these blocks are calling to me!
    Can you hear them? (I didn't think so.)
    Beautiful, Karen!

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  7. Muy guapos!!!!!
    Juntos los cuatro imagino una preciosa colcha
    saludos

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  8. Gorgeous blocks, Karen. You do such lovely work. I have some of the fabrics used in this quilt, but not the black border that Jo used, so am on the lookout for a substitute.

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  9. Beautiful! beautiful! You are the appliqué queen!

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  10. More pretties! Always fun to see what your working on. Been busy here trying to do more than normal...picking up chores that Jeff tires easily on. It's been a year for sure. I'm scarce these days and feel bad about it but life took over.

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  11. Your work is beautiful!! Those blocks sing to me too...thank you for sharing them this morning!

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  12. Un treball molt bonic, però encara et queda molt per acabar.
    Espero veure'l aviat !!!
    Petons

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  13. Love this! As soon as I seen it on the link list, I knew it was your work.:)

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  14. Those are pretty! This is going to be a super nice quilt, Karen.

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  15. Love the fabric choices! Gorgeous!

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