Wednesday, September 11, 2013

WIPS Wednesday...

Bee Blocks for Anne....



More Drunkards Path for the Museum Medallion!


Only 14 13 more to go!

Cindy sent me this bag....



Beautifully knitted!

I've added a pretty ribbon....



and lining!

Finally I have started to assemble my 

Rocky Mountain Blocks...



 I'm still reserving judgment on this.......

Linking up...

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Happy sewing!

SUZ

35 comments:

  1. Utterly in love with Annes bee blocks!

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  2. Your drunkard's path blocks look perfect and I really like the Bee Blocks. They look lovley.

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  3. You added another border to the Rocky Mountain Blocks? So creative!! I love how they fit together now. Although you don't seem too impressed. I can't wait to see more.

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  4. love all you project blocks.
    The bag is fabulous! lucky you

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  5. I love those Rocky Mountain blocks!! Great colours and such a fresh looking design - you'll love it too once you see more of it together.

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  6. You always have so much color going on. I love that! And those drunkard's path blocks are looking a lot like Spring.

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  7. Coming to your blog is always like a refresing breath of fresh air, both in color and style. I need to get sewing on Anne's blocks; yours give me inspiration!

    Fun to see all the other ones come along, too.

    Elizabeth E.
    opquilt.com

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  8. refresing=refreshing. I probably shouldn't write so early in the morning, and before breakfast!

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  9. Your blocks are pieced so perfectly. Love the colors!!

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  10. I love it all, especially the Drunkards path blocks, I must try those soon.

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  11. I love the bee blocks - they look so perfectly pieced!

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  12. All GREAT looking projects . Happy sewing

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  13. Beautiful blocks. I especially love the drunkards path block - gorgeous!

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  14. Great projects. I really like the Rocky Mountain blocks.

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  15. What don't you like about your bee blocks? Everything looks wonderful to me, and I'm getting the urge to do DPs again, thanks.

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  16. I love all your beautiful, colourful blocks! Cindy's bag is a treasure. I don't understand why you are reserving judgement on your Rocky Road blocks? I like the way you are setting them.

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  17. Gorgeous stuff as always! I agree with Rachael though - I love the setting your using for your blocks too, those little hsts are genius!

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  18. All looking lovely there as per usual xxx

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  19. Gorgeous blocks. Especially the curves - do you hand piece those? And love your setting for the Rocky Road - go for it!

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  20. Ohhhhh! I love the bee blocks...now I need to get cracking on mine! And how sweet to receive a knitted bag! I love the Rocky Mountain block. That was a good choice for a bee. Want to meet in England sometime? I think I can persuade Clare into hosting! LOL!!!!

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  21. Suz, the step setting for the Rocky Mountain blocks is so genius, I think! And your MMBlocks really make me want to get busy and make mine!

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  22. I love how my MCM bee blocks look . . . can't wait to get them. And your Drunkard's blocks are great. Such fun fabrics.

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  23. More lovely blocks. I am really liking the DP blocks. I think the rocky mt blocks will show their true character when there are quite a few together. Good luck!

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  24. The consensus seems to be that the Rocky Mountain blocks are perfect. I like the fact that you don't immediately see how the blocks are joined together - I had to work it out where the sashing was, which makes it interesting. Dare I ask about quilting ideas?

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  25. Great bag and bee blocks. But can I be honest? I dont like your Rocky Roads blocks. The colors are great but the pattern a little... Well.. Too rocky :)

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  26. Your blocks are great. You are so productive I wonder what I do with my time.

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  27. If you don't like those Rocky Mountain Road blocks in ice cream colours - send them here - I adore them!

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  28. If you don't like those Rocky Mountain Road blocks in ice cream colours - send them here - I adore them!

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  29. Your bee blocks for Anne are looking interesting. You always seem to have several projects on the go, never a dull moment.

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  30. Absolutely love those Bee blocks! Looks like you are having real fun.

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  31. Loved seeing all your blocks....and I especially love the drunkard's path blocks. I always enjoy seeing what you are making!
    Helen x

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  32. It has been a busy week at my house as I am only here on Sunday. I love the blocks for Anne, and your circles. The knitted purse needed a nice lining and I hope it is lovely now. I see one of the Rocky Mountain blocks I made, I love how you are sashing them, I am looking forward to seeing how the quilt comes together.

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  33. I've been seeing a lot of "plaid" quilt blocks popping up and they are all fun. Your other projects are looking good. I think sashing the Rocky Mountain blocks adds a nice touch.

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  34. Oh! Those bee blocks for Anne are gorgeous! Great colors. It was a fun block to sew, wasn't it? Even though I must admit that I messed it up twice and had to recut several strips. I forgot to put on my thinking cap before making it. You're making pretty museum blocks too.

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