Ooooh! there you go again...being a genius!
Oh wow...clever and fun! I'll just follow along and watch your progress.
What an effective block! Could look good in Sis Boom's Honey Child!!
Great idea! These blocks are gorgeous.
You are very bad for my mental health..but in a good! You are quite inspiring, and I want to try so many of the things you post! I'd like to try this, but have never paper-pieced before. I think I can manage it, but have one question: do you use regular copy paper?Thanks for sharing these sweet little flowers!
Hi, Your blocks look great. I am going to watch as your Christmas garden grows.
This design could surely be adapted for any season or occasion. What a simple method you have devised! I am going to give this one a whirl.
Very dramatic block V.and I have enough red and green fabric for thousands of these blocks......tempting very tempting :0)Happy Sewing
What a great looking block, I'll have to give it a try, I'm thinking maybe western fabrics for a small runner?
Brilliant! You are already starting on Xma--you must have your energy back? Love it!
OOOOO - now I have to play too! Looks like so much fun! TQ!
I love that block, Wagon Wheels I think from memory. I made a few orphan ones awhile back. It looks great in Christmas colours. Your method for the templates is very easy looking.
That's a brilliant way to do that block! It's so gorgeous!
Cool blocks! I love the design and the mix of reds and greens. Can't wait to see an entire quilt made with these!
What a fun quilt! Thanks for the instructions. It's one that will be fun to play with. :)
WOW!!! Thanks for sharing! Add to my list for sure!
Pretty darn cute! Great minds think alike...I have been making kaleidescope blocks this morning but not in CHRISTMAS colors! I LOVE the solid red...gotta go dig in my stash now...
Oh, my gosh - ingenious! These are great blocks!!
Pretty, quick and fun! Well done (again!)
ohhhhh... I really like it! wow for working on christmas.. I recently got a christmas panel.... will border it and use it for machine quilting demos... guess I'm ahead too!
fun, fun, fun....makes me think of an updated Carolina Lily!
What a fun block. Thanks for the tute.
I can't wait to work on this - super fun! :)
Fabulous blocks and another great tutorial! I LOVE that everything doesn't have to meet in the middle!
I'm so loving this design. I've had a ball following your blog. You are a constant source of inspiration and you bring FUN into quilting. Thanks for that.Mary
this is going to be an awesomely gorgeous quilt. very lively!
Hi Victoria,I have been looking for your Christmas Flowers Tutorial this morning, but I can't find it. Am I looking in the wrong spot?
I would like to make some of these pretty flowers but I am not able to find the tutorial for this great flower. Did I do anything wrong? Thanks in advance for your answer.
I do not have the tutorial for this block online, It is in QUILT ALMANAC 12012 issue (festive cheers) and a same block in different colors , in QUILT magazine, AUG/SEPT 2012 Picadilly Circus quilt. You can see if Jackie at Canton Village quilt works still has copies in her shop.
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