QUILT INFO

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

Monday, December 1, 2014

Flags of the American Revolution

December 1st has arrived and time for the monthly update of the blocks for "Flags of the American Revolution".  I have had company for several days and have not taken time to work on all that I should have for the month.  I do have the applique block done and will work on the star blocks later this week.


I am linking with Humble Quilts.  You can visit her blog post and see how others did the same design.

Karen

16 comments:

  1. Great block Karen! I'm certainly glad this particular block is behind us. I really like it though.

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  2. hi newcomer just saw this on other site how do we get these flag patterns?

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  3. That really is a great eagle pattern. You've done a great job especially with all those star points. It's going to be an awesome quilt when it's done.

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  4. Lovely, as usual Karen!! The stars can be whipped out pretty quickly- you got the hard block done!

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  5. Estoy visitando los blogs que trabajan
    la Bandera de la Revolución Americana
    ¡¡que preciosos bloques veo!!
    gran trabajo
    saludos

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  6. That is a beautiful block and nice that you can quilt along with others.

    Debbie

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  7. The stars will seem easy and fast compared to this tedious dense block! I know we must all feel a sense of relief and accomplishment just getting that one block done!

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  8. Your block looks great! Definitely a challenge :)

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  9. Great applique, your block looks very nice.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  10. just found your blog and i love the revolution flag quilt blocks how do i go about getting them thanks

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  11. great block - that's a lot of points!

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  12. Your eagle is beautiful!

    Lizzy. Gone to the beach

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  13. That's a really interesting one. Does the pattern say exactly what the flag was?

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