QUILT INFO

This is the first block from the pattern "The Milkmaid's Album" which was designed by Betty Alderman. Out of print pattern.

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Dearest Boy Update

Two blocks this time as one is a pieced block and not as time consuming as the applique designs.

Luscious ripe cherries!


Birds In the Air
Cathy and Julie should have their blocks posted on their blogs also.  Just click on their names to ride the magic carpet to their blog.

Have a happy and safe holiday weekend.  I will be stitching.
Karen

17 comments:

  1. OMG ! Another post from you !! Are you sleeping ? ah ah !!
    As always, they are beautiful ! Love the pieced block too !

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  2. Perfect timing with those cherries - Bing and Rainiers are available! Lovely blocks and have a good 4th of July too.

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  3. You do such a nice job on your applique, Karen. I'm really liking that beautiful boy quilt.

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  4. Oops I meant dearest boy. You know what I meant!

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  5. That's a lot of curved seams! Fun fabric for the ring around the cherries!

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  6. Karen bonitos bloques de cerezas.
    Buen fin de semana para ti

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  7. I love those cherry blocks! This is fun to see the progress of you ladies on your quilt.

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  8. I have an affinity for cherries for some reason, so I really love these! The colors in your pieced block are great--very striking!

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  9. Very nice! It is so nice to have two other friends working on the same project. I like the Cherries block!

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  10. The cherries look oh, so delicious!

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  11. Pretty blocks. I really like the cherries.

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  12. Your blocks are so perfect!! I love them...I am practicing, practicing!!!

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  13. Especially love the colors in the flying geese blocks.

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  15. Doing an applique and pieced block is a great idea. Lots of ripe cherries in Oregon right now! YUM!

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