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In the meantime, I have been busily sewing up all those blocks. Making sure the instructions are accurate and easy to follow. Hope you will be quilting along!
Here are a few of my favourite blocks....
Cardinal in the Pines
Partridge in a Pear Tree
See the Deer Lake and Whitetail Lake?
See the Whitetail Lake and Buck Lake?
I'll be sharing some of my projects made using these blocks in the coming weeks. Hope you will consider joining in the Have a Jolly Little Christmas QAL. All the details are here.
Now... It's your turn for Show and Tell!!!
What have you been working on?
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Looking forward to Jolly Christmas :)
Love the fabric you used for the Reindeer - thank you for showing a close-up! These blocks will be fun, Lorna!
Really do enjoy seeing your wildlife quilts. I don't have a blog to link but currently working on an old Craftsy quilt with roosters and playing with Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt - well my variation of it anyway.
So many quilts I'd love to make but I don't think I will live to 200 years old!
Danke für diese schöne Anleitung!!!
Such an adorable quilt! And now. . . fabric that labels the object it creates :) What Next???
Oh that cardinal!!! I especially love the ornaments block, too. I appreciate all the design options you've shared in the QAL post. My brain is churning...
Moostle-toe! I love it! Wonderful fabrics you chose, too. I will definitely be making those festive ornaments!
I love cardinals but all the designs are so wonderful! I ordered the pattern along with the hamster and mama hen/chicks. I want several others too but will have to save my pennies first. Our vet has a guinea pig and they will be having a Grand Opening next month for their new larger office so I want to make them an Office Warming Gift first, then the cardinal!
Such cute patterns. I'm always looking forward to seeing what critters are next.
Love all your blogs and the wonderful fabrics you've used.
These are all such fun blocks!?! ... and that fabric that you used for the deer really looks like it was custom made! Looking forward to seeing more!
I've decided to tackle all my UFOs and WIPs lingering around. I've got some I started years ago so I've got them all out and I've put them at the top of my list. Katie@hobbiesuptohere.com
These are just so cute! They are all my favorite blocks! I can't pick one.
Love your blocks :)
I can't wait to get started. Guess I need to find some fabric...and fast. LOL
Looks like another fun pattern and QAL. Moostle Toe is my fave! Thanks for the linkup Lorna. =)
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