Sunday, May 29, 2011

G-1


Difficulty of block: easy
Number of pieces: 8
Method used: hand piecing, hand applique

Fast and fun was Hattie's Hen House

When I first started my Dear Jane journey, I was picking the easy ones, but soon began selecting more difficult or time consuming blocks, so that in the end, I would not be wishing for my journey to end.  With just 33 center blocks to go, it's always nice to still find a fast and easy one.


13 comments:

sewprimitive karen said...

Karen. It's so pretty. Wish I would get back to mine, have triangles left to do.

handmade said...

And a nice one again, love you're other blog too !!

Crunchy Diva said...

oh how pretty. i love the colours you used.

Anya said...

That one was one of my favorites to do. Yours looks lovely!

Melody said...

I've fallen in love with this one. It's fabulous.

Yvette said...

This looks beautiful. Easy? It looks hard to me!

Hilachas said...

Coincidence? I was just cutting my G-1 out last night. Now I need to do the applique. Yours is beautiful.

Jolanda said...

Such a sweet block! I love it:) I remember it as a nice block to sew.

Ellen said...

I love curves! I can't wait to make this block. I made some similar blocks some time ago and I loved making them!
And here's that cute pink fabric again ;o)

Josie McRazie said...

Just did this one myself! I love the fabrics (but then again you ALWAYS choose such beautiful fabrics!!) Can't wait till you start with your triangles!!!

Karen said...

Hi Jossie

Because of the issue Blogger has been working on since May 24, I am unable to leave comments on some blogs. And, because you do not have an e-mail address in your Blogger Profile, I can not reach you. So sorry! :( If you change your comments from 'embedded in post' to 'pop-up window' this may help.

Robin said...

Green and pink is one of my favorite color combos. Ever. I love this block!

Only 33 left? Wow! So exciting!

Vivian said...

Another winning combo of fabrics and such precise stitching.
How wise to not leave just the hard ones till the end.

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