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".

Sunday, May 29, 2016

The Missing Groom Block

Block number two is done.  The Missing Groom.  Such a dapper looking man.


25 comments:

  1. He is a dapper looking kinda guy. :-D

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  2. What a handsome young man. Good job!

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  3. He has been found in dashing style!!!

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  4. Love this block, great design elements and fabric choices.

    Debbie

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  5. I'm not sure why he's called the Missing Groom, whether you lost the block and found it or whether that's his name in the quilt, but he looks like he's found his way, with heart in hand, ready to give it to his bride.

    It's a beautiful, charming block with so much detail and such fine stitching. Thank you for not using Lightbox, Karen. I was able to see a close-up of the block when I clicked the image and then enlarge it again with another click. It's such a great way to see the fabrics other stitchers are using as well as all the detail. Thank you!

    --Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  6. Karen este bloque es fantástico!!!
    me encanta este novio tan guapo!
    estoy ansiosa de recibir mi libro y ver si puedo comenzar esta colcha,
    buena semana

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  7. Just beautiful--looks like the groom is out picking some "love apples" for his intended...hugs, Julierose

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  8. Fabulous applique - your details are wonderful....this young groom is charming - clutching a sweet heart to offer his bride.

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  9. He is s very dapper guy! Great job on the block--those little bits must have been quite a challenge and yours look beautiful!

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  10. That is IT!!! I am pulling out this project TODAY and stitching with you!!!

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  11. He looks so 'gent-e-e-l'. I started with the bride block. I'm still mulling over some fabric choices with finishing her up though. There are ALWAYS so many options and I find it hard to decide on just one.

    And tell JulieQ she's supposed to be doing Log Cabins……lol…!

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  12. So much detail. I like that he's holding the heart.

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  13. Oh, wow--he does look good. I love his polka dot skin. : )

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  14. Dapper indeed. The detail of his face is just perfect.

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  15. Dapper is one of my favorite words and he is indeed dapper!

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  16. Great Groom! I like the dog in the block.

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  17. He turned out Gorgeous Karen!
    I love his sweet face.

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  18. I just love this block Karen, so much detail! And you are just an amazing stitcher.

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  19. He really is quite dapper. :D This block, and everything about this quilt, is fabulous.

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  20. yay i love when quilters add the missing groom! nice and I like his Valentine

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