February OMG Project

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18 Responses

  1. Karrin Hurd says:

    Love that block and the fabrics are adorable!

  2. Kathryn says:

    I can see why and how Sue twisted your arm. It will be just gorgeous. I am a big lover of dotted fabric. Hmm I think I need more of it, but not just yet! That weather is so so cold. You wouldn’t be able to go outside.

  3. -56 degrees!! Did I read that right?!! Oh my gosh! Warm houses, warm coats. Logs in the Fiire and lots of quilts are on my wish list sent to you!! Stay warm, my friend❤️❤️

  4. Patty says:

    What a fun block! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

  5. That is the coolest block, Roseanne! I had to go download the directions just so I could try it, too. 🙂 Won’t that make a great baby quilt, especially with the Swiss Dots fabric?

  6. dezertsuz says:

    That first block looks fabulous! I wouldn’t be able to resist it, either. That’s a 12″ block? Best of luck with your finish. Even if you can’t bear to give it away.

  7. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    OH.MY.GOODNESS! This block and this fabric? Meant to be! this is going to be just perfect and yeah…thanks…I just printed out the block pattern…

  8. chrisknits says:

    Oh my! It will be adorable!!!

  9. Songbird Designs says:

    Stars and swiss dots – very cute!! You are not old enough yet to appreciate LONG months! January flew by to me and I’m sure February will too! LOL They get shorter all the time!

  10. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, I do adore the stars quilt you are creating with all of the fabrics you and Sue chose! If you do choose to quilt the paisley’s, I think it will add so much more personality to the quilt. I have to admit that I love paisley’s. Smiles all the way around! Have a blast finishing this magnificent baby quilt! Plus, have a fabulous day!

  11. ShirleyC says:

    It is going to be beautiful!

  12. Shannon Fleming says:

    That is some wonderful fabric! Can’t wait to see it in a quilt! Have a wonderful weekend. I’m trying to send some warmer weather up there for you!

  13. I never would have thought to put dotted swiss with bandana fabric. But it really is striking – a contemporary pairing with 2 very old and traditional fabric types. Can’t wait to see this as a completed top (if not ‘finished’)!

  14. Love love the make mine a double star block — lots of possibilities — perfect for embroidery 🙂 The bandanna fabrics are perfect! Happy Friday – stay warm!

  15. I’m all in on that fabric; it’s so cute! Can’t wait to see your project!

  16. I definitely chuckled when I read your header, “Common Sense Should Prevail.” And then the next one, “Dithering Project.” I can so totally relate multiple times in my quilting journey! This is such a great project, and I’m looking forward to seeing your completed quilt top. Take care, Mary.

  17. Marie Anne says:

    That fabric is lovely and yes, it’s hard to pass up when you see something you love, no matter how many projects you have going, or how much is already in your stash (not that I would know anything about this personally). 🙂

  18. Tracie says:

    Oh, this is cute! You’ll have a lot of fun with this quilt project.

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