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".

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

ABC Sampler Update

Today, for some unknown reason, I can't get the photos of the blocks to crop like I normally do.  So here they are on the design wall and cropped as best as I could manage.  The Tin Man was an easy block to do.  And I love the "Us" for the letter "U".  I am enjoying making the quilt blocks.



And a picture of the whole section acros which includes from the letter "K" to "U".  Now onto the next row.


Lori has her blocks posted also.

18 comments:

  1. Darling, karen! I'm going to steal your face embroidery!

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  2. Karen son tan simpáticos los dos bloques.
    ¡¡me encantan!!
    El bloque de cabecera es primavera.

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  3. I especially love your "US" block--nice detail stitching. Obviously Lori thinks so, too, since she wants to steal some of it. *LOL*

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  4. Beautiful blocks and I do love the US block too, that is so sweet.

    Debbie

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  5. Love all of your blocks, this will be an amazing quilt!

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  6. These blocks are so sweet, I really love this Sampler of yours!

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  7. Karen I adore these blocks. I so wish I had the pattern...this is one quilt I would love to make. Hugs

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  8. Very fun blocks! I've given up trying to figure out the mysteries of photo editing. Yesterday all my photos were downloaded and deleted from my camera, but never showed up in my photo program on my lap-top-argh!!

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  9. Your blocks are lovely Karen. Don't you love it when you can't get a function to work that always works any other time. Know you are not alone?

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  10. Wish there were more hours in a day! LOL. Maybe I can learn how to do more when I am sleeping!

    Frustrating isn't it when one cannot get the picture cropped, etc right!
    Still looking great though!

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  11. Love that Tin Man and the Us block, too...I have never made a "primitive-type" quilt--but would like to make one after seeing yours...hugs, Julierose

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  12. Wonderful blocks this month. One more set to go?

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  13. These two blocks are so sweet and naive! Love them! Great progress on the whole quilt!
    I'm so happy it's Friday.... just hours away from some stitching! :-)

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  14. This quilt pattern is such a fun one and your blocks, in particular, are wonderful. Your stitching and fabric choices are charming.

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  15. Those are some fun blocks. I like the "Us" block a lot.

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