Tuesday, February 9, 2016

One for me...

#cn 1024
two for you...

Bee blocks for Cindy
two for me...

#cn1132 and #cn1733

two for you....


Spelling Bee blocks for Lisa.

Happy sewing!

SUZ

19 comments:

  1. This question is not at all related to today's post. I have noticed that you have made (are in the process of making) quite a few Jen Kingwell quilts. I am in the process of constructing her Fluttery Quilt. Jen's instructions are to press your seams to one side but I prefer pressing the seams open so that the seams lay flatter. What method do you prefer when working on one of her designs? As a side note, I love reading your blog and your quilts are quite beautiful. eliz.i@sympatico.ca

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  2. Variety is the spice of life--proof of it is in these blocks! I'm particularly fond of #CN1132. Great job!

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  3. Hi Suz! Your blocks are beautiful and especially the first one looks exciting! x Teje

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  4. It's apparent you're on top of making and sending your February bee blocks! Good for you for your diligence, and for your lovely work. You're a good swapper-girl.

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  5. Your blocks look amazing, you have been busy.

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  6. I saw your little yellow roller for measuring a 1/4 inch y-seam. Do u have any company info for purchase ? I would be very interested if you do.

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  7. I saw your little yellow roller for measuring a 1/4 inch y-seam. Do u have any company info for purchase ? I would be very interested if you do.

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  8. I saw your little yellow roller for measuring a 1/4 inch y-seam. Do u have any company info for purchase ? I would be very interested if you do.

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  9. I saw your little yellow roller for measuring a 1/4 inch y-seam. Do u have any company info for purchase ? I would be very interested if you do.

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  10. I saw your little yellow roller for measuring a 1/4 inch y-seam. Do u have any company info for purchase ? I would be very interested if you do.

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  11. A lovely parade of blocks Susan!!! That first one is incredibly pieced and I just love the book blocks for Cindy!!!

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  12. Wonderful blocks - I love the magpie fabric :-) I'm still afraid of cutting into mine but one day I will. Thanks again for sending it!!! I love it (although I didn't in the beginning...) :-)

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  13. Great collection of blocks. I enjoy seeing your variety of fabrics.

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  14. Fun!!! The fabric in the word block is perfect.

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  15. Fabulous blocks!! I like that some are for you and some are for others. Lady Bug is such a cute word/s to sew.

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  16. Susan--a great line-up of fun blocks. Yes I'm completely jealous that you have your Chuck Nohara blocks done. That yet awaits me in the closing week of February (I need those extra days!). Your lady bug block is beyond cute, with all the fun figures in the fabric (alliteration?). I'm totally impressed -- and inspired-- by your output of these and the book blocks.

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  17. First visit to your site, thank you for sharing your creative ideas. Can you share where I can find the pattern for this block #cn1733 ? I'd like to try it out.

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  18. Such cute blocks. And thank you so much for the book blocks. They are even sweeter in real life. :)

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