Thursday, March 10, 2016

So, About That Block of the Month

I have to tell you that I am OVERWHELMED at the response to Little Wooly Baskets! I had no idea that participation would be so huge. Thank you to all of you who are stitching along. Several people have posted photos of their blocks on Facebook and I love seeing all the different stitches and colors being used. I know that many of you don't use Facebook so I have created a Pinterest board where I am posting all the photos. The link is on my sidebar. Please email me photos of your blocks and I will add them to the board. It is fun to see all the blocks in one spot to see all the differences.

What's this block above, you ask? Well, I am heading to Little Rock Arkansas tomorrow to teach two workshops and do a trunk show and I won't be home until Tuesday evening. The new blocks are supposed to post on Monday and I didn't want to be late with them so I am releasing them today. The block above is Block 3.
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This little basket of tulips is Block 4. Free patterns are no longer available. The entire pattern will be available for purchase soon.
Remember to check your printer settings- the block should print out at 6". I cut my stems on both blocks free hand. 
I hope you enjoy these blocks.
Happy Quilting,
Dawn

17 comments:

  1. Thanks so much! Looking forward to working on these~

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  2. Loving these blocks Daen, thank you so much! I had fun making the first two and love tulips! My maternal grandparents were born in Holland so they hold a special spot in my heart.

    I did a post about my blocks that I shared with you on Facebook. Had lots of fun with my decorative stitches. I have a few close ups on my blog. www.shhdesigns.blogspot.com please check them out.

    Have a great weekend teaching!

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  3. Thank you Dawn they are soooo cute

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  4. Thanks for these baskets, I just love them.

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  5. Great designs! Thank you so much for sharing them and have a fun trip!

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  6. OMGosh!! I love them both...and I am SEW in the mood to stitch me some tulips!! haha THANK YOU SO MUCH!! Have a wonderful, safe trip!

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  7. Thank you for 2 more cute blocks. Need to get hopping on them :)

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  8. Thanks for a wonderful BOM, they are the cutest baskets of flowers. Love the tulips. And a SPECIAL THANK YOU for thinking ahead to send them out early and not having us waiting and wondering.

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  9. All these basket blocks are so darling! So far, I have used wool from my stash & from generous friends. Thank you so much!

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  10. All these basket blocks are so darling! So far, I have used wool from my stash & from generous friends. Thank you so much!

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  11. Well, I am not at all surprised that this pattern is so popular! I think most quilters have a soft spot for baskets and flowers. Including me! Thanks for this great BOM, and safe journey!

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  12. I just found you on Lakeview Stitching through Kathy's Quilts: Slow Stitching Sunday. Talk about a roundabout way. I really like these patterns and I'm now following and just starting my blocks. Thank you for this BOM. Are there any rules or suggestions and I'm missing them?
    Blessings Tonia

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    1. Glad you found your way here! You may want to read back through the past posts about the BOM. Also there is a tab at the top of the blog with basic info as well. Welcome aboard!

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  13. Thank you so much for the patterns!

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  14. Thank you so much for the blocks. I hope you had a wonderful time. I'd have loved being in that class with you!

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  15. I lie those tulips. They looks so cute! Really cute blocks.

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