The blocks are looking fabulous Carole! Love the new block - beautifully stitched :)The cake looks delicious too.Hilda
Home baked cake and home sewn blocks - a winning combination.
Now that I'm working on applique myself, I can really appreciate the work you've done on your new block. They look wonderful together!Wish I could be right over to share your tea cake, looks delicious!
Your tea cake looks delic! Your Comfort Quilt fabrics are so calm - lovely. Looking forward to following your blog!
I really like the colors you have chosen for your quilt and the tea cake looks yummy.
I love the fabrics in your block 7.It is great to see all your blocks together. Ohh I haven't baked a tea cake for ages! Yours looks delicious!
Beautiful Carole! I really should get back to mine - cake looks really yummy too!
First, let me say I like your header pictures. Second, nice work on your quilt block. I just got the first nine block patterns last week but have company and cannot work on any of the applique.
What a fun new header on your blog and awesome Royal Palm leaf! Your work is so well done and you are making great progress on these block! I'm glad you are encouraged with your progress to date. I hope you will also find that block #7 is a fun change of pace (I enjoyed sewing it despite the flower edges.) After that, I liked #8 so much I decided to make two of them from the start! Happy Quilting!!
Hi there! These blocks are coming along - you've got a nice set going now. :D
Wow! Your quilt block is amazing! I was steaming ahead and then came across a little (puckering) problem on my latest block and it all got thrown into the naughty corner. Once the circle blocks are done I'm going to get back on it - I was already starting behind as I didn't commence until January but I love chester so much!Thanks for the inspiration