Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Next Friends of Baltimore block finished.

The Baby Bud Wreath block is done!



I finished the embroidery yesterday. I chose this block because it is one with the least number of pieces and it has no flowers. I needed a rest from lots of tiny petals!

I have 3 blocks finished now.

My next FOB block will be one of the borders. They are very detailed and I don't want to leave them till last.

There are a also few other projects I am doing lots of prep work on at the moment.
More on them soon. :)

There is still time to enter my giveaway here.

Have a great week.

21 comments:

  1. This is beautiful Miriam. I love the little envelope with the red love heart, and the swirl on the bird's wing, it's so pretty.

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  2. Your block is beautiful! I am starting that block next. I hope it turns out as nice as yours!

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  3. That's so pretty! Well done! :0)

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  4. That's looking beautiful Miriam. Love it.

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  5. That is the one with the least number of pieces!? It's beautiful.

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  6. That block is so pretty Miriam.

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  7. What a beautiful block!! The bird is so sweet.

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  8. Your block is so beautiful!! The little bird is so sweet :0)

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  9. So delicate and beautiful. Amazing work.

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  10. The block is gorgeous, I love the blue bird and the touches of embroidery.

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  11. It's beautiful Miriam! I too love the bird! Can you pretty please bring these blocks for show and tell next stitch group? I'd love to see them. mx

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  12. Beautiful work on this block. The bird is great, I love your faric choice.

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  13. What a beautiful block! I'm working on finishing a few UFO's so I can return to my applique.

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  14. Gorgeous block and your handwork is wonderful! You are so talented.
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  15. Another beautiful block Miriam -- I love the bird with the letter!

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  16. Gorgeous Miriam! When you finish this quilt, you'll just have to come to Baltimore to photograph it!

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