Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Blocks all done.....


I have finally finished the last two blocks of Gail Pan's "A Christmas Wish" which has been a free BOM over the past nine months....I have enjoyed doing these little stitcheries, a big thankyou to Gail for her generosity....I had started using some fabric to frame these blocks from my stash but I have had a change of plans...so yesterday I popped over to visit Sarah at Patchworks Plus and made a little purchase to complete my version of "A Christmas Wish".

18 comments:

Threeundertwo said...

Lovely! I still have these last two to finish. This will be such a sweet little quilt.

Jo in TAS said...

I've only got one more to do, I've really enjoyed this free BOM too. Looking forward to seeing yours finished!

Lurline said...

Love your blocks on that oh, so divine background!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Beena said...

I can't wait to see how you decide to complete your "Christmas Wish". These blocks you have posted are very lovely all by themselves! Gorgeous!

Jackie said...

Those little blocks are just beautiful!

Screen Door said...

Congrats on the finish-- I love these blocks... either all together or as individual projects...

Meli said...

No words to say how lovely they are!!! As always Peg.
Only a question: the dog that appears on the top which breed is?? Its quite similar to my "Athos". He is a Spanish Water dog.
Love
Meli

Bec said...

They all look lovely, and I am looking forward to seeing how you finish it off!

Connie W said...

Typically for me, I'm lagging behind and have only half of them stitched (shame on me) but I hope to catch up sometime. I'm glad some of you are keeping up! xo

Allie said...

That tears it. I'm getting off this computer and go stitch something! I can't wait to see what you do with these, Peg!

Wendy B said...

Can't wait to see how you finish it all off, Peg. You've done such a lovely job.
i've downloaded all the patterns and they're waiting patiently, in line, on my hard drive!!!.....One day!
;o) Wendy B

Sherry said...

As always, your blocks are beautiful! Great job Peg!

em's scrapbag said...

I love these sweet little blocks. They are simply beautiful.

Jeanne said...

Good for you, Peg! Your blocks are lovely. It was fun catching up on your blog. You have been very productive with so many wonderful items.

Carrie P. said...

Congrats on finishing the blocks. I am working on picking out my sashing now. I think I am going to change some that have sashing on them. Trying out border fabrics too.

Cubby House Crafts said...

The blocks look lovely! Can't wait to see the finished result!

Christine said...

Nearly finished my last block too. I really like the spotty fabric you've stitched these on.

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