Sunday, December 14, 2014

It's a Barn Raising!

I have been busier than a bee trying to get all 9 barns stitched for the Shoppe sample of Kathy Cardiff's pattern,
'Where the Cows Come Home.'

Each new one I stitch becomes my new favorite.
This next one is my friend, Lin's, block, but mine looks identical.  
I just don't have the embroidery done, which you all know is not my favorite part.
Might just sweet talk someone into doing it for me...wink!

I also found some time to do the December Petite Patchwork quilt.
This is from Lori Smith's Small Quilt Squares #3.

And who could resist the freebie projects over at Buttermilk Basin's Blog Hop.
And today Stacy posted her sheep ornament...yes, the wools are all pulled!  Hope I can get a few made for presents in the next 10 days.
It has been a crazy holiday season!
And I have nothing done yet!
Tree is up.

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a joyous New Year filled with health and prosperity.
See you next year.

10 comments:

  1. Love your barn work :-) Great choices for fabric. I love the sheep! Merry Christmas!

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  2. You have been a busy little bee! The blocks are wonderful. I've been busy too but don't have so much to show for it. Good for you!

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  3. The barns are really cute with the design and added embroidery extras. It will be a country charmer when they're all together.

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  4. I hope that you have enjoyed your projects and not had to rush them. Those little sheep are so cute.
    Love the little Lori Smith quilt.

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  5. Those barns look SO good!
    Of course, I LOVE the little quilt. Delightful!
    I've been following the blog hop (something I don't usually do, but couldn't resist this one), but I have just been saving the patterns. Maybe I'll actually get some of them made for NEXT year. But look at you go! : )

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  6. Your little quilt is CUTE! LOVE IT, LOVE IT! Oh and the barns, each one better and better for sure!

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  7. So many lovely projects! I think the block with the sheep is my favorite. The JOY banner is so festive!

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  8. My favorite is the black and white check barn with the red star.

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  9. You have been busy in a good way ;-D

    Love all the barns and your quilt is adorable !

    I saw that Joy Pattern online I need to make one :-D

    Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    hugs

    Sue

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