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".

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Basket Number Two - Cheri Block of the Month

Cheri Payne provided us with another prim basket and a variety of parts patterns.  We can choose to use them however it suits our fancy.  It is very interesting to see what others have done with the same pattern parts.  Such a variety.  Here is my basket # 2.


And a picture of both my baskets.  I don't know what the setting will be yet.  Or how many baskets.


For those not familiar with the prim style, just about anything goes.  Things often look a bit wonky.  Just to give you an idea of other prim designs, pay Cheri a visit at her website.

Karen

25 comments:

  1. What really cute baskets--I did prim and civil war quilts in NY, but haven't done any --except finish a couple since moving to Fl--I really like what you are doing--but I don't do facebook--sooo--
    is your house all done in Prim Country??
    enjoy the moments, di

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  2. Your blocks came out beautifully, love your choice of fabrics.
    I still need to finish last years and the buttermilk one.

    Debbie

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  3. Really like your blocks, Karen. It is so fun to see the different ways people are putting together the same elements.

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  4. Karen son fantásticos tus bloques,
    me gustan
    ¡¡ el 2 es muy bonito!!
    buena semana

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  5. Great little baskets. I love the fabrics that you chose.

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  6. cute and those black accents are perfect!

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  7. As always, your choice of colors is impeccable. You do prim with just a hint of sophistication. I love it.

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  8. I absolutely love your blocks. Your applique is fantastic. Hugs

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  9. These are just lovely! I will visit the link, yes :)

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  10. They're both gorgeous! I hadn't started this project, but now I'm thinking maybe I should.

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  11. Both your baskets are very pretty--especially together! I've been saving the patterns thinking I will do them in wool when I get a chance, but I am loving yours done in cotton--maybe I will have to follow suit--lol!

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  12. Primitive is so much fun to do. I just have not gotten back to that lovely large stash I have along with the patterns! Oh were is the time going! LOL Love your baskets!

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  13. Love your basket blocks! Yes, it has definitely been fun to see everyone's baskets and the different designs.

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  14. Both of these basket blocks are beautiful!

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  15. A sweet beginning! You've chosen well.

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  16. A sweet beginning! You've chosen well.

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  17. Beautiful block, they look wonderful together. I love the colors & fabrics you are using.

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  18. Very sweet baskets, and very fun to select parts to make them your own.

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  19. I am new to your blog- I would love to do this block of the month with you. I love Cheri's work. I did her Sweet land of Liberty quilt. How do I join you?

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    1. Nena, you are a no-reply blogger which means I have no access to any e-mail address for you. To join in on the baskets that we are doing, you need to join her Facebook group. The patterns are given there.

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  20. Oh wow! Love these sweet baskets so much!

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  21. Oh wow! Love these sweet baskets so much!

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