Monday, June 25, 2012

7 Blocks Completed

It has taken me 2 days to complete 7 blocks. I have 13 more to go. Maybe I will get them done and quilt together before he leaves this weekend.

Thought I would share pics of them.








Next pics you see will be the completed quilt.

Entering into the following challenges:
DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge- Favorite piece that you created from JUNE


Hugs
Nana

16 comments:

  1. WOW, these are so awesome!! I can't wait to see the entire quilt!! I know it will be fabulous :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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    1. Thanks Lisa, I cant wait to get it done. He already loves it.

      Hugs
      Nana

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  2. Oh this is gong to be just super sweet when all complete. Love each square.

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  3. Oh wow! This is fantastic! How wonderful! You are so talented girl! I pinned this! Okay, so I have to tell you a story...of course...I am from a family of 14 children and I am right in the middle..7 older and 6 younger..so it seemed like my mom was always pregnant. When I was about 4 years old, I went to visit my grandmother's aunt. Her name was Mary and she was about 80 years old. She had a "tummy" so I asked her is she was going to have a baby! I didn't know...anyway, she was so tickled by that, she told everyone about it and she made me a quilt. A beautiful quilt with little girls wearing bonnets on their heads. It was so precious to me because it was mine! I didn't have to share it with anyone else! To this day it is something that I own and love. Because of the way I grew up, if you tell me you like something of mine, I will give it to you (except my man) I'm not very attached to material things, but I love that quilt. Wouldn't take a million for it!

    Hugs,
    Chriss

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    1. I too have a Sue Bonnet Sure quilt that my grandmother gave me as a little girl. It hangs on my wall in the hall way. My grandmother was the one that encouraged me to learn to quilt and it has been a life long hobby. I have to say out of all the crafting hobbies I have quilting is my fav. I still do about 4 quilts a ago that are made by hand from start to finish. No cheating by using rotary cutters for cutting out the blocks or anything. However, I really love making the Rag Quilts they are quilts that made to be used and can just be thrown in he washer and dryer not like a hand made quilt that requires hand washing. I want people to be able to use them and use them often.

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      Nana

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  4. WOW!!! These are amazing!!! Can not wait to see it all complete!!!
    TFS :)

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    1. Thanks. I hope to have it completed this week. He left this morning so now I will have my days free. :(

      Hugs
      Nana

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  5. These are super what a great quilt this is going to be.you could share this at my my linky party at DL.ART, I hope you do and meet lots of new people


    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  6. What precious blocks - they will make a fabulous quilt!! I'm here from the DL.ART "favorites" link party. ~ Blessings

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    1. Thank you Tracey, I just wish I could find the time to finish it..lol

      Nana

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  7. Love these Nana. Can't wait to see the finished product. Came here from DL.ART's Linky Party.
    Hugs, Rosalee

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  8. OMG this is so cute! Stopping by for DL.ART Thankful Thursdays. AJ~

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    1. Thanks, I hope it will be even cuter when finished.

      Nana

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  9. P.S. I just saw you add me to your blogs I visit. Thanks so much this dose mean a lot to me. :-)

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    1. No problem at all. I really like your blog and enjoy keeping up with your current post.

      Hugs
      Nana

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