Thursday, October 30, 2014

Part 10, free sew along!

Good morning! Here is part 10, A life of Plenty, primitive sew along!

The house block is made the same as the previous house block, so you can find those instructions in the part 2 post. The word HOPE is on the template page if you need it. The pumpkin block background is cut 7" x 7", do the applique, then trim down to 6 1/2" square. I used hand dyed pumpkin wool, and a dark brown plaid for the stem. I embroidered the lines on the pumpkin with brown wool thread and a back stitch. The templates should be on www.woolenwillowdesigns.com very soon, so keep checking over there! I sent them over to my awesome web gal late last night, so hopefully, she'll be able to get it up there today for us!

 

Here is a photo of all my blocks so far, except a few flying geese units, that I fell behind on, working on my book. I plan on chain sewing those up in the next couple days! I can't wait, because all of the photo's you all have been sending me are so pretty! Keep them coming!!

 

Thank you all so much for following along, and for being patient through my technical issues!

Have a great day!!

Jeni

 

9 comments:

  1. Fabulous Jeni! Looks so cute. I hope you share on your blog the photo's of what others blocks are looking like.

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    1. Good idea Leeanne! I'll give it a try!!

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  2. It is looking so cute! I wish I would have started it.

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    1. Thank you Lori! You still can! Just go to the first blog post August 26, start getting the instructions from the blog, and all the templates are free downloads on my website! Come join us!
      Jeni

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  3. Merci Jeni, je vais vite faire ce dernier bloc....

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    1. You're welcome! And thank you for following along!

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  4. Glad we had a little break, I was able to catch up.
    It's looking so sweet!

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  5. Hi Jeni! Thank you again for this BOM!
    I have been appliquing, not piecing
    What size are the blocks unfinished for the houses?
    Thanks, Leslie

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