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".

Monday, September 4, 2017

More Stonefields Blocks

I am sharing another batch of Stonefields blocks with you today.  Again, some are a single block from a pattern, some have two or three.
















I have more blocks ready to share but don't want to overload you with all in one post.  The pattern requires 120 six inch blocks and I have 97 done.

Enjoy!
Karen

21 comments:

  1. Karen que bonitos bloques.
    Me encantan esa flores pequeñitas, me encantan.
    En el jardín y en el campo siempre me voy a las flores pequeñitas.

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  2. Love all your blocks. The fussy cutting adds so much. Wow, 97 that is fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing. I've got to start mine because yours is looking so good and exciting. You are an inspiration.

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  3. OH so pretty!! Love this quilt, and you have so much done, aleady!!

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  4. Looking beautiful. I plan to start mine in January. The pattern and fabrics have been in a project box for two and a half years.

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  5. Great blocks Karen, you have some unique fabrics. You're nearly there, not too many more blocks to go.

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  6. Love these blocks! Is this a block of the month? or do you have to purchase the pattern?

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  7. Wow, Karen--look at you go! As I scrolled down through the blocks I found myself thinking, "this is my favorite". Then I would see the next one and think , "Oh, this is my favorite." I don't know exactly how many times that happened. :)
    And I especially like the fussy-cut George in the last block. Nice work!

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  8. Whaouu , ils sont si beaux ..j'adore !!

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  9. These are all beatiful ; I think that my favorite in this batch is the ninth one down due to the colors / fabric. Gorgeous!

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  10. The fussy cutting you're doing adds so much interest to the blocks. I do love your color selections being more on the prim side.

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  11. Pretty blocks. Hum. I had better hurry up to catch up!

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  12. Oooh I love these blocks. Hugs

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  13. You are a speed demon! I mean that in the nicest way!! :) They are beautiful blocks.

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  14. Can hardly wait to see the finished quilt! I think I am going to love it.

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  15. Gorgeous fabrics and pretty blocks!

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  16. Woohoo! You are approaching finished! These blocks look great. I really like the flowers, especially.

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  17. I cannot wait to see this done. I am loving the fabric combinations you are doing for this quilt. Just wonderful.

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  18. I always enjoy your fabric choices!
    You're on the home stretch with the blocks.

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  19. These are Gorgeous done up in reproduction fabrics.
    I love them ALL! Your quilt is going to be stunning.

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  20. Soooo cute! Love them! Stay safe. Hope you are in a safe zone from Irma.

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  21. Your blocks are awesome! 96 done, that is amazing!

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