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

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Catch-Up After Thanksgiving

My hopes of having a turkey wall hanging finished before Thanksgiving vanished but I have kept working on them.  First up is a quilt top made from Jan Patek's "Blessings" pattern.  The pattern is in her book "When Wild Geese Fly".  The applique is done needle turn method.


The second top completed is from Cheri Payne's "Ever Thankful" pattern which is one of her newer patterns on her website.  Done in wool applique on cotton.

I have two blocks of four done for a third turkey wall hanging.  The design I am using is by Buttermilk Basin.  The pattern is "Give Thanks".  I am making a smaller size version of the pattern.  Wool applique on cotton.




I have been making some Christmas gifts and cannot share those just yet.  Busy, busy, busy!

Michelle Huddleston......you have left me some very nice comments but you are a no-reply blogger.  Would love to reply to you.

Karen

26 comments:

  1. All very nice blocks! I love wool on cotton, mostly because I don't do needle turn applique'. I enjoy seeing yours though.

    Happy Holidays!

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  2. Karen todos preciosos !!!
    trabajas tan bonito y rapido
    saludos

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  3. These are all beautiful projects!!

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  4. Three lovely projects for the season of Thanksgiving.
    I like them all!

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  5. Lovely projects Karen. Like you I'm making wall hanging for thanksgiving,seems like the neglected holiday

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  6. I especially like the "Be Thankful" turkey. I looks so rich and it seems to be in mid-strut. Very nice.

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  7. You do stay busy, don't you? I might need to make a turkey quilt. I love the verse on your first picture.

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  8. Such beautiful projects Karen !!! Too hard to pick my favorite they are all Gorgeous !!

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  9. What a great new bunch of turkeys

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  10. Love your turkey pieces and I never thought to use the one from jan's book, need to go through mine again. You inspire me to get back to quilting and start making more of my own quilts.

    Debbie

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  11. I've missed popping in, so happy to see you working on so many lovelies.

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  12. I have yet to see a Cheri Payne design that I didn't like! The santa one in the blog header is awesome too! Excellent progress on the Give Thanks...I seriously need to get better at time management so I have more time to stitch! :-)

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  13. OMG ! These blocks are simply awesome !

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  14. These turkey blocks are wonderful and I love the Santa header! :)

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  15. Your quilts will be ready for next thanksgiving! They are all just lovely, Karen!

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  16. Oh my--they are all wonderful! I think my favorite is Cheri's, but I love them all!

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  17. Gorgeous Thanksgiving applique' projects!
    You have been SO wonderfully busy!

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  18. Your work is always beautiful Karen. I look forward to seeing all your work.

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  19. Love those turkey blocks! So cute.

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  20. Going to have to check out the Give Thanks pattern- I love that you are making it in a smaller size. I just bought the Ever Thankful pattern. What is the pattern for your Santa in your header? Cute fellow!

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  21. Love all your turkey themed blocks and you Santa header. Thank you for sharing all the pattern details...you are making my want to make this too list very long!

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  22. They are all lovely! One of these days I hope to have more fall type quilts as well.

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  23. Oh my goodness... I don't know how to make myself a "Reply" blogger. Seriously.
    I am leaving a comment to say that I adore these blocks. Love every single thing about them.
    My email address is mhuddle10@yahoo.com
    My blog site is http://obsessedwhome.blogspot.com/
    My facebook is Michelle Dowling Huddleston
    I'd give you my phone number, but that would be a step too far, right? LOL!! :)

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  24. I really like the new header. YOu have been busy, busy. Love all the turkeys.

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  25. Your cute turkeys will be all ready for next year!

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  26. Love your blocks and all your work. Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas. I treasure our friendship. Hugs, Marie

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