Thursday, February 11, 2010


More blocks for the Around The World Quilting Bee. This is the block I made for Anita from the Netherlands. Her blog is Bake And Sew . Hope she likes bright colors.

This is the block I made for Kendal of Color . I wanted to make another flower block because I love applique so much, but all the other blocks in Kendall's quilt were pieced and had such a distinct flavor to it that I didn't want to interrupt.
Have you been to Mrs. Moen's blog lately? She has a great tutorial for a heart wall hanging that you will love. Check it out.

Until next time,


Allie said...

Great blocks - love the flower and the bright colors!

Cynthia L. said...

Love the blocks - how wonderful to be a part of world-wide exchange! You must meet such wonderful people. Love your blog and will save it to my favorites - will "borrow" some of your ideas!

Mary Lou Weidman said...

I just listed your blog on my link list. I adore that awesome flower! Keep up the good work and good blog.

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