Thursday, September 8, 2011

week 15 - FWQAL


I am doing double Farmer's Wife duty this week.  I didn't get a chance to do my blocks last week, so now I have 5 new blocks to share with you.  This means I've made 31 blocks and am one block ahead of schedule, oh yeah!  I am going to keep this short and sweet, we are heading out to the fair after dinner.

#14 - Butterfly at Crossroads

#20 - Churn Dash

#54 - Kitchen Woodbox (my favorite of this batch)

#34 - Flock

#93 - Swallow

And another shot of the whole crew.  I think they are so pretty together.

xo, A

This post is part of the Farmer's Wife Quilt-a-long, please feel free to jump in at any time!  More information and previous posts can be found HERE.

13 comments:

  1. lookin' good !I love that green fabric you used in the butterfly block... yummy :)

    I have stalled on my Across the Sea quilt..Can you send some of that good catch-up karma my way? hah!

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  2. Your blocks are gorgeous. And I just realised I am now nine blocks behind. Thank goodness the kids are back in school.

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  3. I love the Swallow block especially with the red newsprint fabric. Really cute!

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  4. I love these! your color choices are amazing!

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  5. I guess I am now behind. Only 28 done. Your blocks look fabulous per usual.

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  6. i love these!! and i love the basketweave fabric in your blocks

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  7. They look so great all together! Hope you had a great time at the fair. What a great way to kick off fall. :)

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  8. Great looking blocks. . . but the photography is awesome! Tips n' tricks for getting awesome pictures?

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  9. I love them all, but the red and white newsprint is my fave! I love how you take the photos with the block in the book!

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  10. we are a group of 3 german quilters who have lately jumped into the fwqal and i must say i never thought it would become so much fun choosing fabric and sewing those blocks together. Thank you for this great idea of a sampler quilt.
    I like your blocks very much, especially #20 and #34.
    greatings from germany

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  11. I like your blocks to but nobody told you jet that you sewed block 34 a little bit different then in the book. Did you know?
    It is still a very nice block tho.
    I am 3 blocks behind.

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