13 January 2015

Stonefields Month 3 & 4

Month 4 of Stonefields arrived just after Christmas, and I managed to find a free afternoon to prepare all the appliqué blocks; they have been sitting in my handwork basket along with the remainder of the month 3 blocks. I find that if I have everything prepared it is easy to pick one up when I have a few minutes. These were all stitched in the evenings while 'watching' TV with the family.

I still really love this quilt! I especially enjoyed stitching the rabbit block this month using my favourite stash fabrics, and the special pink flower fabric very generously sent to me by Hanne. It is always nice to be able to use fabrics from friends in special quilts.





24 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! you are doing such a wonderful job on it, too...hugs, Julierose

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  2. Beautiful blocks, love the Stonefields quilt pattern.
    Great applique.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  3. Gorgeous! This is such a lovely pattern.

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  4. What beautiful fabrics! This quilt is going to be wonderful.

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  5. That frolicking bunny is going to be a favourite detail for many people!

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  6. Fancy that I was in Aberdeen for four years! Lovely blocks especially that last one! Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday

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  7. Lovely blocks, Elaine. I especially like the horizontal oval mirror...!

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  8. Your appliqués are beautiful and it's a joy to look at them!

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  9. So pretty Emily! These blocks really draw you in close to see the fabrics and little pictures :)

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  10. These are beautiful :)

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  11. Oh so lovely! Your work is always so amazing!

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  12. That will be a lovely quilt..
    Is that your house n your header?? In Aust we watch shows like Escape to the Country where people ask for a cottage just like that - a "chocolate box" house they call them......so pretty.

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  13. Love all of the little fussy cuts. The quilt is going to be a real treasure!

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  14. Oh, I love these! It reminds me of all things English, 18th century that I love. What a happy bunny!

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  15. Gorgeous! Can't wait to see more.:)

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  16. Oh Emily, your blocks are soooo beautiful! I received my BOM patterns yesterday and cant wait to begin stitching. ....
    Greetings Angi

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  17. I just want your house! love Scotland, been there twice.

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  18. Oh I'm so glad I found your blog through hosting TGIFF this week! Check out your sidebar...I'm your newest GFC follower! I hope you'll revisit and follow too! Nice to meet you Emily! Val from myplvl.blogspot.com

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    1. Ooopppsss sorry Elaine...long time childhood habit...my cousin's name is Elaine, but when we were little We created nicknames for eachother and mine for hers was Emily....we were quite imaginative as you can see! LOL!

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  19. This is soooo beautiful. I'm a little obsessed with the English house you have pictured too. I love the look of them and must have at least a dozen ready to cross stitch ( in all my spare time of course!).

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  20. I love this Quilt, I begin this weekend, i get it from Mexiko City , i like your Stonefield Blocks.

    Creativ regards Marika

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