Friday, November 15, 2013

Catching up with CCCQ Blocks

Well, I took the centre block, block 13, with me on holiday, but, as often happens on holidays, I didn't get much stitching done while we were away.

I got it finished just after we got home.






Block 13 will be 24 inches square.

Block 14 was relatively easy after this one and only took a few days to finish. I think I just squeaked in before the end of October finishing this one.





Block 15, Alice McClellan's block was finished last night.





All caught up, at last!!






10 comments:

Carole~Wheels on the Warrandyte Bus said...

All of your blocks look wonderful Marian - it must be a great feeling to be all caught up. I've been severely distracted by a new project but your nos. 14 & 15 look relatively easy to manage after the challenge of #13 so I should get back to my CCCQ.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love all the blocks but especially the first one you show. I will never get caught up on mine!

Sharon~Two Bits Patches said...

Once again, your blocks look so nice. Thanks for sharing the photos. #16 is an easy one,just right for December's rush.

Stephanie said...

The gorgeous applique piece in the first photo reminds me so much of a Hawaiian design. Happy Stitching!

Every Stitch said...

Goodness - those blocks are magic! You must be thrilled with them and congrats for catching up :)

Wanda - Scraphappy Blended Quilter said...

Beautiful work as always! It looks like you enjoyed your holiday too. Great job on being up to date on these blocks!

Janet said...

Your applique blocks are beautiful!! Your roses are fabulous - thanks for sharing.

Thimbleanna said...

Boy, that's a lot of work -- it looks like you're making great progress though. Very pretty!!!

Nancy said...

Your blocks look just great. I haven't even started mine. I think that center block has me a little intimidated .

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