Friday, April 27, 2012

LOVE LETTERS BLOCK 5

I felt like quitting more than once on making block 5 of the Love Letters quilt pattern.  But I stuck with it and finally finished it.
I can't get all of the blocks on the design wall at once now.  Here is a picture of the other four blocks.  Of the five blocks, which is your favorite?  Mine is the block on the bottom right.
I have four more blocks to go but I can't start another right now.  I need to catch up on the BOM's that I promised myself I would stick with.

Stop back for a progress report.
Karen

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm in love...again!

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Purple Pam said...

Every new block is my favorite, but I am with you, my most favorite is the bottom right one, too.

Raymond Homestead said...

I like them all but if I had to pick a favorite it would be the same one you chose. I like all the colors!

Susie said...

So nice! I like them all but the same one you like just a bit better.

Sharon said...

All of them are beautiful, and I agree with your choice!

Nancy said...

They are all so wonderful I can't choose just one.

Julierose said...

I like the circle rose wreath block; I'll bet it'll just really pop out when quilted. They are all just lovely, Karen...Julierose

sewprimitive karen said...

I agree on the favorite, but they are all wonderful. I can see why you would have gotten sick of all of those oak-type leaves on the most recent. They take forever. Aren't you glad the gorgeous thing is done...

Raewyn said...

I love them all - so good that you persisted with that block as it really is lovely.

Darlene said...

Beautiful blocks, Karen. Yes, I can pick a favorite - yes, I can, really I can! LOL They are my favorites. I'm glad you didn't give up.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I love them all too Karen. Block 5 is another beauty!

Michelle May said...

Looooooooooooove!

paulette said...

I love these blocks...are they from the book 'When the Cold Wind Blows'...a Blackbird design?? They look SEW familiar!! LOVE this quilt!!
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Allie said...

SO lovely! I think my favorite is the one on the bottom right as well, although I do love them all!

Karen said...

Bottom right is pretty neat. Sorry you struggled so - glad you stuck with it. How big are these blocks??

Yvonne said...

Hard to choose...they're all so wonderful!

Janet O. said...

Oh, all those curvy leaves!! What a challenge!
Yes, bottom right is beautiful, but I really like the top left, too!

audrey said...

the bottom right block is definitely a great block in contrast, but maybe it's because of the flowers? i know this quilt is going to look fabulous when it's done.:)

Melanie said...

I'm glad you used baby blue instead of green--- I would have had to steal this one from you!!! I love it.....

Fiesta said...

As usual Karen, only loveliness!

Yvette said...

I can't pick a favorite, they are all gorgeous.

Cheryl said...

These are gorgeous! Very romantic!

Betty Lou said...

Beautiful blocks, all of them. I love you blog, but with the black background, I can only see the picture, not the post. Does anyone else have this problem, or is it just my computer.? Hugs

Lynn Koeppen said...

Oh, I love this pattern. I have been thinking about doing this quilt for a while.

I really like the wreath block- lower left corner. Don't give up, it will be beautiful!

Lori said...

Gorgeous blocks!! Your favorite is mine as well.

Betweens said...

doh you are going to catch up to me!! I have not touched my applique all week spring is getting in the way!!
I sure love your block and see it is so worth the effort!! Keep going girl you are almost at the 1/2 way mark!!

Dawn said...

They are all so wonderful it is hard to pick! If I had to...I would say lower left - it's a little more free form.
Great progress!!

Grammy said...

I just found your blog. I love your applique blocks!! I am working on the love letters quilt too. I am almost finished with my 6th block and I am blogging about them too. You can look at my blocks at Grammyquilts.blogspot.com

Have you gotten any more of yours finished?