Saturday, July 11, 2015

Three more sets of reproduction 6 inch blocks finished...




In the midst of the moving chaos, I managed to finish three new blocks for the little 6 inch block swap I am doing.

I borrowed this design from one of Lori Smith's patterns.


I drafted this block to show off all the lovely purple reproduction fabrics.


And this one is another one of Lori Smith's designs.  I just love orange and blue together, colors of my college alma mater, Auburn University (War Eagle!).


To date, I have finished three sets of ten different blocks (30 blocks) .  I am behind my two friends in getting blocks done for our swap.  I have 2-3 more sets prepped, ready to stitch as this pain-in-the-arse move continues...

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)




17 comments:

  1. Glad you can do fabric therapy during the stress of moving. Sit down, take a break, do some stitching. Love your drafted block with all the pretty purples.

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  2. Gorgeous blocks! I enjoyed looking at them up close and seeing which fabrics I have in my stash... I realize I have no purple repros!

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  3. My husband is an Auburn grad too!

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  4. Beautiful blocks...and beautiful stitching. Kudos to you getting those done during a move! Very impressed. Love the purple repros too!

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  5. Lovely blocks, hope you get to find a little more stitching time in the quieter moments of your move.

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  6. What beautiful blocks!!! I also have to tell you that the cat in your blog header is so very, very pretty too!!!

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  7. Teresa, you amaze me with your workmanship...exquisite!

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  8. Your blocks are LOVELY! Beautiful fabric selections :0)

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  9. The bird and flower pot is my favorite of these. The colors and fabric design speak to me plus the design. Lucky recipient of whomever gets the blocks.

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  10. Love them all. Gorgeous. I can;t believe you are finding the time to sew? You are a wonder. Good luck with the continuation of the move.

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  11. Your blocks are wonderful! I love the fabrics and colors you have used and your appliqué is gorgeous! Hugs,

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  12. Your blocks are beautiful as usual. Hope your move gets over soon and you can relax more. BTW, any luck with your kitty? I think about him all the time and worry too.

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  13. Wow! I can't imagine doing three of each of these wonderful blocks! Superb!

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  14. Your applique is so beautiful! I hope the rest of your move goes smoothly -- and that you have plenty of hand stitching to keep you sane throughout!

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