Thursday, June 3, 2010

A Little Peek...part 2

Remember all those fabrics I showed you a few days ago?....well...Here are the blocks that I made with them. Do you know the name of the quilt I'm making?



























More tomorrow....

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15 comments:

Lynne said...

Now this I am really looking forward to - I LOVE basket quilts!

Fiesta said...

It looks fabulous Lori. Is it the market basket quilt?

Quilts and Cats said...

You have been VERY busy! There's so much variety. I love it so far...and it's not even done!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

So cute. They look like happy baskets!

Libby said...

WOW!! You have got a ton of work done!! You are a machine woman!! I can't wait to hear more, a basket quilt is next on my list!!

Stephanie said...

this is adorable! Can't wait to see the finished product. Stephanie

Thimbleanna said...

Is it that adorable quilt that Nanette made? I LOVE your choice of basket handle!!!

Sherri said...

Oh...Going to Market!!!

Nedra said...

I didn't realize you were going to do the "Going To Market" quilt also. Love, love, love it!! Ever since Ricci made hers, I have had the back ground and basket handle fabrics picked out. (Actually she helped me when we were at Houston last October). I want to do my baskets in Kaffes. But, mine sits with the others in the line up.
How do you get so much done??

Kimberly said...

How fun! Can't wait for the next enstallment!

Darlene said...

Well, of course it's "Going to Market" and the baskets are fabulous, Lori. I can't wait to see more!

Cynthia said...

Isn't the pattern designed by Nanette? I just love the colors and prints you have chosen. You are really on a roll with the quilts Lori!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Wow Lori!

carol fun said...

I just bought this pattern last week and I love your polka dot handles - I hope you don't mind but I will definitely be borrowing this idea -- yellow polka dot handles for me would make me very happy as I'm "going to market"

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

My favorites to make were the little ones, of course. They were such fun.

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