Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Back to the barns . . .

I'm done playing with the red bundle, for now, and am back to working on 3 Barns, by Carrie Nelson for Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.

Here are the naked blocks.


Here they are all dressed up.  Only 3 naked blocks left to dress.


It's dreary and wet here, a horrible day for taking pictures, but you get the general idea.

The hsts that surround the blocks are pieced and trimmed so adding them to the blocks goes quickly.  Everything continues to match up perfectly, I'm enjoying the easy piecing.

If you're into batiks, Laura is having a giveaway, check out the details here.   I think the deadline is tomorrow.

Friday is March 1, the day I get to show you my blocks for the Bloggers Girl BOM, my favorite blocks so far, stop back by!


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9 comments:

  1. Looking good and again, another great red quilt. Gotta love that red!.......hehe!
    Gail

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  2. I love your Three Barns quilt! All that French General yumminess!

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  3. Wow, those HSTs really make a difference!

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  4. I'm loving these blocks! So excited to see this quilt completed.

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  5. I remember you said you were going to switch up the borders a bit. Are you planning on adding the middle sashing? Or am I getting ahead of myself?
    It coming out great.
    I have my Feb BOM cut but I am on a deadline for my flying geese quilt so I had to put it aside... I'm still curious about the NEXT block. Friday can't get here soon enough..

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  6. Wow! Those new units really make a big difference! Loved the stars before but they're pumped up now!

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  7. The HST's make an amazing difference...I liked the naked blocks just fine, now that they are dressed up I love them! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Wow! What a difference the HSTs make!!! They look GORGEOUS!!! Looking forward to seeing the finished quilt!!

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