QUILT INFO

The quilt shown in the header is from a pattern by Ginger Cookie Company caled "Basket of Sunflowers".

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Last of the Stonefields Blocks

I have finished all the blocks for the Stonefields quilt.  In fact, more than I need because I did not add in one small batch to my total at some point.  I will have a few extra to play with in case something does not work well.  Lots of block pictures in this post.  Again, I have substituted blocks from other designers if I did not care for a design that came with the pattern or I felt there were too many repeats of a block I did not enjoy stitching.



Again, I made use of a French General fabric panel that had letters on it (You might remember that I used the large red "K" for my initial on a block and can see it in the previous post).



Love this French General toile.





























I am not going to do the flying geese border nor the hexagon border that follows.  I am going to let my fabric do the job instead.  I have a border print that picks up the colors I have used in the blocks.  I hope it works.  Now to trim blocks and play with laying them out.

Karen

25 comments:

  1. Those blocks are beautiful, gorgeous fabric choices, that is going to be beautiful all together.

    Debbie

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  2. Hi Karen. You've been very productive and all of the blocks are beautifully done. You are very talented!

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  3. I think Stonefields blocks are the perfect blocks to highlight your amazing applique skills, Karen. Each block looks like a little gem. Delightful!

    Were you effected by the hurricane? I hope you, your loved ones, and your home (and your fabric) are all safe and dry.

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  4. Your blocks are wonderful! I really like the one that spells out your name, very clever! Great blocks, now I am waiting to see the quilt all put together.

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  5. Your blocks are beautiful! I look forward to seeing how you set them.

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  6. Wow. I am looking forward to seeing how you arrange all these beautiful blocks. Exciting!

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  7. Oh my! I love this post! You have so many gorgeous blocks. I like your name block, too. There is something about the applique flower on the pink lettered fabric that steals my heart. I can't wait to see it all put together!

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  8. Those are all lovely blocks Karen. The girl at the sewing machine and the block that spells your name are fun and appropriate.

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  9. I also want to add... Love the soft colours, the framed scenes, and all the fussy cutting.Just beautiful.

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  10. I just love these blocks. I can't wait to see how you put them together. I always wanted to make this quilt so I will live through yours. Your Karen block is perfect. Hugs

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  11. This in truly going to be an awesome quilt. You have put so much effort into the blocks. I can't wait to see the final result.

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  12. Karen tus bloques son tan maravillosos.
    ¡¡Ganas de ver tu edredón!!

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  13. What an amazing job you have done on these blocks!!!!

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  14. Your quilt will be so beautiful and have that reproduction look! I agree on changing the blocks. I had the same issues in repeating the same block. I have 4 Sections completed - maybe I can get this one done by New Years - I would love to and show it next year in the area shows! Congrats on a job well done!

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  15. What Delicious looking blocks you have made--can't wait to see it all sewn together--have fun with it--
    enjoy the moments,di

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  16. As always Karen, you do not disappoint! All your blocks are so sweet and nicely done. Am very, very curious to see this special interpretation!

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  17. Your blocks are wonderful! I love all the fussy cutting, especially the French General letters to spell out your name--so clever!

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  18. It's going to fun to see this quilt coming together. Love the KAREN block!

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  19. Oh, your blocks looks wonderful. I think my favorite is that single stemmed flower. It is so simple and so sweet.

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  20. Your fabric is certainly doing the job!! I love the selective cutting and your name.

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  21. Wow. What an interesting variety of blocks! I think my favorite are the stars with the birds in the centers. And... anything you do with toile! Nice work, Karen!

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  22. The blocks are gorgeous, so the finished quilt can't be otherwise. I love the star with the red bird in the center - awesome!

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  23. I can't wait to see it all come together! Loving this one!

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  24. wonderful blocks with creative fussy cutting - love the toilets and letters!

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