Sunday, March 18, 2012

DWM

More Granny squares only 4 more to go.  Blue, black and white should make a nice baby boy, toddler boy quilt.

More Swoon blocks (blocks on the bottom) for a quilt for my bed, only 4 of those left too. 

Don't forget to check out the giveaway.  I'm giving away 2 Pezzy Print Charm Packs - you can find out all about here

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Linking up with
Fresh Poppy Design


15 comments:

  1. Love the fabrics you picked our for your Grannies and your swoons.

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  2. Just love the color/fabrics in your 'granny' blocks - this is going to be a sweet quilt.

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  3. I agree with VroomAns...love the granny square colors! Your swoon blocks look great too!!

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  4. Hey early bird! Lots of great looking blocks on your blog. Now if I just knew which were granny squares and which were Swoon. Sigh... I miss my memory! LOL

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  5. Are these blocks going together in a quilt? I found myself starting to work on a setting that would accomodate them. ;-)

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  6. Wow!! What a pretty design wall - I would just love to stand and stare at it!!

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  7. Love the energy of your design wall today :) Must make more of those Swoon blocks....it is so fun how each one looks different depending on the fabrics and value placement.

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  8. thats a lot of work on that wall

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  9. Boy, did you get a lot done. My favorite is the Granny blocks. Love the colors.

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  10. I like both types of blocks. The granny blocks are interesting in your colors.

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  11. Oh, you're using the modern white- grey - looks neat in those blocks. I'm liking that baby quilt.

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  12. Love your Swoons and those neat granny squares will make a perfect quilt for a boy! Thanks for Sharing!
    Quilting at the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  13. Love your color combo for the granny squares. I think it will make a great baby/toddler quilt. I've been seeing those granny square blocks around a lot...I might need to joing the bandwagon :)

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