Sunday, June 9, 2013

Aunt Maggie time!

Since Karen is still moving into her new nest and can't even locate the book that we are doing our Civil War Sampler from, I figured it could still be a Civil War Sunday.  This time I'll show you the progress Sandy (no blog) and I have made on Aunt Maggie's Patchwork quilt by Lori Smith of From my heart to your hands.  

We are trying to do 4 blocks per month, so here are the next 4.  

These are Sandy's.  





These next 4 are mine.





Here are all of Sandy's together.  


And here are mine.   


Here they all are together.   


Now, head on over to Karen's blog.  Even though she hasn't had time to make her blocks, you might be surprised to see what she has been up to for you all.    (Hopefully we'll be showing you our blocks next Sunday...right Karen?)  ;)

I'm going to finish up the Quilt Market pictures this week.   After all, it's been almost a month since market.  Geesh!

Have a great week.

Hugs, Anne

20 comments:

WoolenSails said...

I love how those prints look in the blocks, beautiful quilt in the making.

Debbie

Carol said...

Anne I an over the top in love with those blocks! They are fantastic!

Jacqueline said...

You both piece amazingly. I wish I was half that accurate.

Jeanna said...

Wow! All of those points!! I would have unsewn more than sewn to get that precise. Beautiful job by both of you.

Have a wonderful week!

Yvette said...

They are all beautiful.

Karen said...

I LOVE them all - the color choices are so wonderful and rich. Good job chickies.

Sandy Feigner said...

Thanks for keeping me going on these. I do love them all.

Sandy Feigner said...

Thanks for keeping me going on these. I do love them all.

paulette said...

These blocks are amazing!! I just know I'm going to like this quilt!
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Patti said...

Love both sets of blocks - these will make two beautiful quilts. Civil war - actually all the 1800's - are my most favorite fabrics.

Leeanne said...

Beautiful blocks, those points are wonderfully crisp & neat!

Leeanne said...

Beautiful blocks, those points are wonderfully crisp & neat!

Me and My Stitches said...

I love this pattern (am currently hand quilting mine now!) and also love your fabric choices. Fun!

Darlene said...

I love both sets of blocks! The quilt is going to be fabulous.

moosecraft said...

These are all gorgeous! My favorite is the one on the lower left in your group of 4. Love the color combo and the way it all interacts together...

PamKittyMorning said...

I love how cute they are!

Colleen said...

The blocks look great! Loving all that market photo sharing. Maybe someday I will get there :o)

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Sinta Renee said...

Those are great blocks! What a fun project to do together! I am going to have to keep a look out for more blocks! Way to go- they are all gorgeous!

Karen said...

I like the upside down "T" block. The one that is filled with color instead of background. A different look.