Monday, March 10, 2014

More Alphabet Quilt Blocks


Hello and happy Monday! I've been working on a few more alphabet blocks from Moda's "Spell it with Fabric" blog tour. In fact, I've finished up my alphabet!


I have my sashings and borders all ready to go and can't wait to get this one together!



I also made 4 filler blocks. I was glad I waited to make these until the end as I was able to add in just the right colors where they were needed.

 


And, I have another finish to share soon...a new pattern finish!

The Simply Small Parade will be tomorrow...I have so many wonderful versions of last month's pattern to share. Also, I'm planning out the next few months worth of projects. If you've been participating (or would like to participate) I'd love it if you'd leave a comment mentioning which projects you would like to see featured as "Simply Small" projects: rectangular table runners, square toppers,  wall hangings, pillows, bags, or small accessories.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


12 comments:

Joy said...

I look forward to seeing your Spell It With Fabric finish! There have definitely been some neat versions shared. As far as the Simply Small projects, I think wall hangings, bags, and pillows are great ideas. I look forward to your ideas like a kid in a candy store! LOL

Susan Smith said...

Hi Sherri,
Can't wait to see your finished Spell It With Fabric quilt. To start with, I wasn't really interested in making one but after seeing so many cute versions, I'm really wanting to now.
As for the small quilt projects, what I'd really love to see is a small cross-body hipster bag for cell phone and keys. I've been needing to make one of those to carry my phone in and haven't found the "perfect" pattern. I'd also like to do more rectangular table runners. Thanks so much for all you do! I LOVE your blog!

Melia Mae Quilting said...

I would love to participate once I start having more time this spring. I am more looking to make rectangular table runners and pillows:) Can't wait to see what you come up with. You always create beautiful projects!

Thimbleanna said...

Your alphabet blocks are perfect Sherri -- I especially love that polka-dotted R!

Jane eilderts said...

I love your alphabet blocks!! I have enjoyed making projects with the simply small patterns. I like variety so anything you choose would be great! I am going to be needing new pillows with some home redecorating I am doing so a couple pillow projects would be great too. Thanks for always sharing--and can't wait to see your new project!

Grandma Ruthie said...

I am going to be making a quilt soon where I could really use the letter templates. Where can I find them to download?

Hildy said...

Your ABC blocks looks so good can't wait to see the finished quilt. I've done all my blocks so far but I still need to make the numbers and a few filler blocks.
Sorry again about forgetting to add my picture to the email don't know where my head was. I would love to see a bag pattern and some cute accessories.
Looking forward to the parade tomorrow:-)

Carolina woman said...

I would like totebag and purse patterns, also table runners. No room at my house for wall hangings.

Helen L said...

I love your filler blocks! Such great colors! It'll be such a wonderful quilt! And I'm coming to Las Vegas this week: I'd love to get together with you, but it will only be for a few days. I'm going to Camille Rosekelly's class at Quiltique on Friday and her trunk show on Saturday and then home on Monday. But I will be coming out again on April 25th for a niece's wedding reception and will have a whole week to visit then. I'd love to take you out to lunch if you're free during that week. It would be so fun to meet! Hugs, H in Healdsburg

Susan Stanton said...

Your alphabet quilt is really coming along. Can't wait to see it finished too. I'm interested in square toppers, bags, and small accessories. Should be fun!
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Denice said...

Such a cute quilt. I'd live for you to feature square toppers, pillows and maybe a small bag or two. Love your blog.

Mary Lou said...

I am a beginning quilter. I just discovered your blog and it is so inspiring!!

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