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Monday, May 18, 2015

Farm Girl Friday Blocks on a Monday

Farm Girl Fridays is a fun sew-along hosted by Lori of Bee in My Bonnet.  Her book Farm Girl Vintage is chock full of adorable blocks that can be arranged in several different quilt settings.

I already got behind on my blocks but I spent the weekend getting caught up.

Week #2



Autumn Star Block


Baby Chick Block


Week #3



Baking Day Block


Butter Churn Block


The butter churn block gave me a fit!  I will do this one over and use the first one to make a potholder.

To see week #1's block click here.

I expected to have the Sailor’s quilt back from the long-armer…but not yet.  Hoping it comes in the next day or so because I leave for San Diego on Friday and need to bind and label it before then.  The crystal ball in my sewing room tells me that I am likely to get behind on my Farm Girl Friday blocks again.  That is OK, I am having a great time with them.  Super cute blocks and I am learning some new techniques.


Hope you all have a great week!

10 comments:

  1. I love them all....hard to pick a favorite! I hope the quilt cones back in time for your trip. Prayers for safety and an as easy a farewell as possible. I'll be thinking of you! Enjoy!

    Hugs and Prayers, Vicky

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  2. lovely blocks! That Chick is adorable--nice work on these hugs, Julierose

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  3. Eek...your long armer is cutting it close. Hope you get it back today!!! The chick block is so cute and I love your fabric choices for all of the blocks.

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  4. The Butter Churn block would probably give me a fit making one too. Too easy for things to go wrong. The baby chick block is a cute one with its embroidered feet.

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  5. All of these blocks are adorable!
    Hope you quilt comes back quickly to complete.
    Safe Travels and have a wonderful time!

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  6. I had problems with the Butter Churn block too. My Flying Geese did not turn out well at all with Lori's method, so I used my Fit To Be Geese ruler to do them. Your blocks are very cute.

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  7. I love the look of those blocks too and I think I can no longer resist this QAL. I'm buying my fabric today!

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  8. They're all adorable, Jeanna! And really, the best part is that you're learning new techniques, not to mention having a few cute potholders (wink)!
    Cheers!

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  9. Cute blocks all! Crossing fingers for the Sailor's quilt to arrive in time!!

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  10. Oh your farm blocks are coming along so well. They are adorable!

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