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, August 26, 2014

Last of the Snowbound Blocks

A final push and I finished the last four of the Bunnyhill Snowbound quilt blocks.
Some of you probably remember when the block patterns were free.  It was a block of the month in 2010.  So here it is 2014 and I finally did the last of the applique blocks.  I will have to shop for fabric to do the setting blocks.  Nothing in my stash in a large enough quantity in suitable pastel colors.  But I am obviously in no rush.

Karen

24 comments:

  1. Oh these are so adorable--I am working very hard to finish my bindings on my "Last" two big quilts and then onto applique in earnest. Hugs, Julierose

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  2. Very cute blocks. All good things take time!

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  3. Your snowmen are adorable, Karen, and the background print is perfect.

    When Lori and I went to Carriage Country Quilts, I was shocked at how expensive it would be to complete the BOM quilts they had on display.

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  4. Way to go on sticking to it and getting them all made. They are so cute.

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  5. They are rather nice, but, you have a few months to have them finished for christmas!!!!!!! Isnt it a great feeling to be working on older projects. Mi have a list of WIP and a smaller list of things I want to make, such a thrill when I can cross something off.

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  6. Those are fun blocks and I do remember those. I always started to collect the BOM's, then got around to doing them, lol.

    Debbie

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  7. I did those blocks in January 2011. I discovered the free blocks in Dec and copied them. We had a huge snow storm that January and I got them all hand appliqued that week. It was so fun working on them watching the snow outside, a rarity in Georgia. I ended up gifting the quilt to my DIL as she loved it so much! Such a fun quilt!

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  8. Very cute little snowmen with personalities.
    Maybe you should piece some snowball blocks to go around them (just thinking about the log cabin blocks around Lincoln and Mary). : )

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  9. Lo que mas me gusta de la decoración navideña son los muñecos de nieve,
    estos bloques son preciosos, y el fondo de topitos.....ya no me puede gustar mas.
    Saludos

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  10. Those are all adorable Karen. I love the one holding the peace sign.

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  11. I have this top completed but have never quilted it as I wouldn't use it and have never had anyone to gift it to. I have them on a sparkle fabric so they are pretty fancy.

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  12. There's no expiration date for cuteness.

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  13. I love your little snowmen! The polka dot fabric looks like snow falling!

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  14. Perfect fabric choices! Can't wait to see what you choose for setting them :-)

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  15. Since 2010 you have these blocks? Is wonderful finish forgotten works. I love background fabric.

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  16. Lovely wee snow folk blocks! I too have yet to finish. I am hand quilting my top! WHY! oh well will be done when it is done! ;-)Lola

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  17. I made this into a flimsy. This was my most favorite thing I've sewn yet. I need to quilt it someday. I just love yours!!!

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  18. These snowmen and just the Cutest :-D

    Good for you finishing up a quilt you started so long ago

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  19. Snowmen are among my very favorites. Can you send me the phone number to get in touch with the quilter you use for your quilts. I have decided I can not do the military quilt on my machine and I need to get it done as soon as I can. I do like the work you have had done. Since my fall I have trouble lifting things and I know this will be heavy to do.Have a beautiful day. Hugs, Marie

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  20. cute, cute, cute! I like the polka dot background fabric.

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