Friday, October 8, 2010

Potpourri for $500…



Thank you so much for all your wonderful ideas for my Christmas fabric. I think I am going to go with wonky stars in different sizes, and use my go cutter to make snowflakes. (a follower’s idea)! I hope you stay around to see it finished. I made a deal with one of my followers to have it done in one year. So, that brings me to October 2011. Your on!!!!



Bee #2 this is also a round robin style bee.
Here are my latest blocks for that bee.










New to my stores. Beautiful solids in 1930 reproduction colors. These fabrics bled so well with my 30’s fat quarters. So, if you are thinking about adding some solids here are the links.





Have a wonderful weekend!!

14 comments:

  1. I love that star block! So cute and kitschy! Makes me smile. Can't wait to see what you do with all that Christmas stuff!

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  2. The star blocks makes me smile. Such fun. Glad you have a plan for your Christmas fabric.

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  3. SOLID '30s!! Yes! Once this quilt show is over I can think about another quilt project!! Love that star block!

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  4. Great job on fussy cutting for your blocks.

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  5. We will all be your pest to make sure you get it finished!!!

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  6. You are amazing, Jane! I cannot believe how much you get done! Do you ever sleep?? I see some Rise N Shine dot in that first star! Your blocks are simply wonderful!

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  7. Your blocks are gorgeous. I was thinking the other day that a scrappy wonky star would be fun.

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  8. Love your blocks and definitely the fabrics!!

    I know you can make it, I need to put a reminder on my calendar...HA!

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  9. I love wonky stars Jane...makes me smile and they're perfect for your fabrics..
    Julia ♥

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  10. Glad you liked the idea about the snowflakes! Can't wait to see it done!

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  11. Jane, the solids are so beautiful. I think I need them!

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  12. I'm making a wonky star when I'm recouped from surgery and can get to the "studio".
    Little T is looking too much like he's a BiG T in the making!
    How fast they grow...that haircut!

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  13. You have been sewing up a storm.

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