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".

Friday, June 16, 2017

Stonefields Part Two

I am sharing more Stonefields blocks today.  The pattern directions tell you how many to make of each design.  I don't know why some are one, some are two, and some three. They will not be side by side in the quilt.   I am placing blocks together that are from the same design for the pictures.  The blocks are not trimmed to the final size so you can see a bit of the background showing on the edge of the first two blocks.















Cutting out the applique parts is taking longer than normal as I am looking for ways to fussy cut some of the designs.  I am enjoying the quilt project.

Karen

29 comments:

  1. The fussy-cuts are wonderful, Karen. There are some really unique blocks here. I look forward to seeing more of this creation. : )

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  2. One of my favorite quilts! Enjoy making it :)

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  3. These are SO CUTE! Stonefields is on my radar to do.

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  4. It's on my radar also. Bought the pattern 2 years ago and have the fabrics all prewashed and waiting,
    Your are looking good.

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  5. Just how small are these blocks--they look neat, but small--
    have fun with this new project--
    enjoy the moments, di

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  6. Karen muy bonitos los bloques
    ¡¡trabajaste mucho y rápido!!!
    buen fin de semana

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  7. The fussy cutting maybe taking longer, but it is well worth it. Your blocks are wondeful.

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  8. Lovely blocks Karen, especially that star upon a circle upon a star upon a circle. I love that!

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  9. dear karen ,it was so much fun for me to sew the blocks,and it is worth it,just a wonderful quilt in the end,happy sewingalong,susi

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  10. That's different. I look forward to seeing how this all fits together.

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  11. This pattern has tempted me so many times! So happy to see you making it. I'm sure it will be a treasure!

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  12. So pretty!! And the fussy cuts will make it even more special!

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  13. The fabrics are just gorgeous, and I really love the blocks! Especially that star in the star, and the flowers!

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  14. I'm really liking the reproduction fabrics. They look perfect. Thank you for sharing.

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  15. I love your blocks and the fabrics you have used. I can't wait to see more. Hugs

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  16. These are all lovely...I especially like the star in the star ( looks difficult !! ) and your choice of fabrics and colors.

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  17. Such fun blocks! Hey I went to your Pinterest page, of your quilts...an amazing treasure trove of work!

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  18. Lovely blocks and fabrics!

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  19. Every time I see these blocks I love them more! I guess I'm going to have to start trolling to find a copy of the pattern--lol!

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  20. Your blocks are all beautiful Karen! I LOVE your Star in a Star block with that beautiful fussy cut flower center. I too spend more time choosing and cutting fabrics for this quilt. Nearly every block is ideal for fussy cuts! (a huge part of the charm of this quilt)

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  21. You are asking headway while I am losing ground!!!
    I need to hire someone to work on my projects the rest of the summer. NO HANDS!
    I like all of your color choices.

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  22. Beautiful blocks, Karen! I love the colours and fabrics you use (ánd the fussy cutting!).

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  23. Great fussy cutting in your beautiful blocks. I love the little hexie flower economy block.

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  24. That looks like a fun project.
    Fuzzy cutting will give the blocks more character and does deserve some extra time!

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  25. Such interesting and unique blocks!
    So glad you are enjoying this wonderful project so it will see lots of progress!

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  26. I love your blocks!!
    So much fun the Stonefields,..

    greetings from holland

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  27. WOW! The fussy cutting adds SO much to some of these blocks! It's going to be stunning!

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  28. Looking good. I adore this amazing pattern. I am collecting fabric for it.

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