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Monday, November 25, 2013

Red and White...

Candy Canes, Christmas Lights, Peppermints...


stitching and planning for the end of the week...Thanksgiving celebrations!


working out some fun log cabin variations...


Please, be sure to come back at the end of the week...I have a great surprise!  You won't want to miss it!
happy monday!
mary

23 comments:

  1. OOH thats devilish Mary, what will we do all week waiting?
    Love all this red and whiteness!!!!

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  2. How did you make that last block? Amazing! And you are a tease, aren't you! ;-))

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  3. Your big peppermint is so fun!! I love those tiny log cabin variations. That last one is like an optical illusion , I'd love to see a quilt made of those. How exciting to have a surprise to look forward to.

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  4. Love all the red and white!! xo Heather

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  5. those log cabin variations are spectacular! So precise!! hugs, Julierose

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  6. Beautiful blocks Mary! I love red and white. I'll be back.

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  7. Your red and white blocks are so pretty! I really admire them, think about making something red and white for myself, and then imagine myself getting bored with the color scheme. But they do come out lovely! Have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  8. Oh my what are you up to now Mary? The suspense is killing me!

    Love those mad tiny blocks - so precise!

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  9. happy thanksgiving week mary~
    those blocks are beautiful : )

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  10. now that's what I call RED! Brilliant blocks!

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  11. That last log cabin variation really works. Love it!

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  12. Love the red and white, the strips look teeny!
    A week is a long time to wait ;)

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  13. Love red and white, especially at this time of year.

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  14. I never saw a red and white that I didn't love! :Yours are special!! Ok, I'm curious!

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  15. Oh I do love these 'peppermint' colours! Why don't we have peppermints here in the UK....I'm still thinking of trying out your fabulous pincushion tutorial as a large cushion. Bethx

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