Sunday, February 10, 2008

Annemarie's rr and a-7




Here is Annemarie's Round Robin. I stitched her Bent Creeks autumn snapperland the last two pieces. I loved stitching on this one very much. I like her Round Robin very much.
Than today I also worked on A-7 from Sylivia's Bridal sampler. Loved making this block very much. This week I will be cutting for the next block probaly, but first I decided I will do the stitchery of block 4 of Journey of a Quilter. I plan to do one of those blocks a month and than in 8 months I will have all blocks done. When I have time left I will work on the BOM from my LQS and a mysterie I am still busy with. Yes I have made some plans for the coming months. This month I also have to finish a box for someone and I am busy stitching my tea time exchange which looks lovely already.
I received the chart as a gift more than 5 years ago and now saw an oppertunity to stitch it. Hope my partner will like it.


13 comments:

Annelies said...

I love your Bridal blocks Judith. You use beautiful fabrics.

Carolien said...

I love your autumn landscape with the pumpkins, the turkeys etc. Fun to see!

Groetjes, Carolien

Kathryn in NZ said...

That RR is lovely! I can see why you enjoyed it :)

Annemarie said...

Again, I want to say how much I love what you stitched for me! It's great to see a 'block' of alternative measurements: just what I ordered :o)

Anonymous said...

You're a busy girl, it all looks great. greetings Caroline

tkdchick said...

Annemarie's RR looks lovely! I like this quilt block the best so far!

Ms Kayle said...

The quilt and stitching are looking great!

Heidi said...

Very pretty RR and your block looks great!

Becky K in OK said...

Very pretty.

Nicole said...

You do beautiful work!

Carol said...

Hi Judith - I love what you added to An's RR :-) I will soon have some of yours to show too ;-)

Susan said...

I really like the last block here. Love the colors and the design.

The round robin part you did is great! Now when she gets this back, will she do some kind of stitching to tie the pieces together, or will she cut them apart to be separate projects?

Lyne said...

Lovely stitching Judith!