August 7, 2013

WIP - Swoon, Swoon and More Swoon

I was able to do quite a bit of sewing last weekend and make some progress on a few projects.  First, the Swoon.... I finished Block #7.                           


I really never get tired of Flea Market Fancy - this one is paired with an orange polka dot from Comma.




Also this week, I tried to catch up on some blocks for my Lucky Stars BOM (including a redo of the first block) - I think I'm caught up to August, so that's good news. 



What are you working on this week?

Linking up with Freshly Pieced this week for my weekly kick in the pants for inspiration!




14 comments:

  1. Your blocks look great! I love the colors!

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  2. I agree. You can never have enough FMF. It looks good in anything.

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  3. I'm getting ready to make some Swoon blocks with Comma!

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  4. Beautiful swoons! I'm about to start on a Flea Market Fancy swoon! I'm making two full quilts, one for each of my step sisters (I know I'm crazy). I just finished block #6. Keep up the awesome work!

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  5. I love all your blocks! You're right, FMF really suits the block!

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  6. Love the swoon pattern and your swoon blocks. I can't wait to start mine!

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  7. Oh, you're making good progress on that Swoon. You'll be done in no time!

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  8. Lovely blocks. I'm working on soem hand embroidery. A little witch for Halloween.

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  9. What? 7 blocks?? So jealous. I still only have 3! But yours are so lovely, I can't wait to see them all put together!

    Those lucky stars block are fabulous, too!

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  10. Loving those swoons. I am going to have to add this quilt to my list of "must do".

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  11. Your swoon blocks are looking lovely!

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  12. I AM CURRENTLY MAKING QUILTS FOR THE BROYHILL BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME
    IN ASHEVILLE NC. I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR PATTERNS TO USE FOR QUILTS
    FOR SOME OF THE YOUNG MEN AT THE HOME. THE COZY CAMPGROUND QUILT IS
    A GREAT PATTERN IDEA AND I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THE LEFTOVER SCRAPS.

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  13. I AM CURRENTLY MAKING QUILTS FOR THE BROYHILL BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME
    IN ASHEVILLE NC. I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR PATTERNS TO USE FOR QUILTS
    FOR SOME OF THE YOUNG MEN AT THE HOME. THE COZY CAMPGROUND QUILT IS
    A GREAT PATTERN IDEA AND I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THE LEFTOVER SCRAPS.

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