Thursday, July 14, 2016

Mid Month Progress Report - Month 10 Lily

Esther's Lily block was our inspiration this month.
More wonderful blocks this month!
Be sure and visit the blogs linked up below the post.

Beautiful batiks on a soft gray ground...

Quilt as you go - embroidery embellishment...

Soft, rich wool....

1930's reproduction fabric - hand quilted as she goes...

Colorful prints on high contrast ground color....

Two blocks! Hand dyes on hand dyed black ground...

French General...

A variety of batiks...

19th Century Reproduction Fabrics...

Be sure and visit the blogger's linked below to see more beautiful blocks.
Also visit the Facebook project page HERE, I highly recommend a visit to the 
photo albums.

There's still time to join the sew-along - you don't want to miss the exciting 
upcoming announcements!

Happy Stitching,
Doreen & Dawn


  1. Once again, the creativity amazes me. I am happy to see so many people doing it in the potholder style too!

    1. I think the photos above are quilted as they go, but will not be bound pot holder style like your wonderful example.

  2. I so enjoy seeing all the different blocks. Patti's flowers glow! And an interesting choice of background using the gray. It all works so well together.

  3. Great selections of fabrics - Agree with Karen - Patti's flowers are striking. The French General, batiks and repro's are also very nice. In fact they are all very well done!

  4. I too just LOVE seeing all the wonderful fabric interpretations. Amazing how dramatically different all these blocks look coming from just one pattern.

  5. So wonderful to see the joy this quilt is spreading to others.