Sunday, 3 May 2009

I want to show you how clever these ladies are ….

Go on over to Jenny’s blog at

 Elefantz

and have a look at her version of my little

Blue Bird

and Butterfly on My Heart blocks.

They are just devine!!

I love them!!

and also have a look at

Bea’s

ones she has done.

I am overwhelmed with how these have turned out also. Just lovely and I love the quilting Bea did on hers.

Then go on over and have a look at how

Siggy

did hers..I love the bright colours and love seeing how others have done the blocks. Thanks for showing me and you all have brightened my day *big smiles from me*

9 lovely people said....:

DIDI said...

Hello, I've just arrived to your blog strolling from Elefantz. I think your blocks are great and I will be making them mext month when I've finished a few projects I'm doing right now. Lovely blog!

Biquiños

Jenny of Elefantz said...

Smile wide Vicki!! They were lovely to make, and so pretty! :-)

Simone de Klerk said...

Vicki, thank you so very much for these wonderful blocks! They are very very cute. I love your work!

Yvonne aka sommeke said...

Thanks for sharing the patterns! They are lovely!

Joy said...

Just love your patterns Vicki!!!
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Sew Useful Designs said...

Good morning sweet-pea! :-)

It is amazing seeing the different interpretations of your design.. all beautiful! But then, it is a glorious design to play with!

Now i'm finished with the Doll show I'm going to get down to business with some serious sewing! I'm looking forward to sharing my progress with you...I love your original colour pallette though, so I'm not sure I'm going to be original!!! he he he...

Warm wishes sweetheart,
Vikki x
ps. Love your new background!!!

Marie Reed said...

I'll go check it out!

Judith Tetley said...

Great designs Vicki...thankyou for sharing with us. Is this going to be a regular quilt BOM over several months? One of the ladies in my craft group has fallen in love with them and wants to know. If more are coming; she would like to make them up into a knee rug size quilt...ta!
Judith
www.creativestudio10.blogspot.com

Rhonda said...

Thanks for showing the different looks. I've never heard of those patterns. Take care.