Monday, February 11, 2008

Web Sampler Celebration and More

Today is the first check-in day for the Web Sampler Celebration Challenge...I'm really excited about doing this along with Cindy, Perry, Lisa and Nicole...I thought about doing the last Web Sampler but I as sure I'd never keep up...well when the gals said I could play along I jumped at the chance. The blocks are all designed by Paula Barnes of Bonnie Blue Quilts so I knew it would be fun. Here's my first finished block
and I have several others cut out and ready to go. I'm hoping some more blocks will be in my mailbox today. You know I LOVE mail.

I've also been working on the 4 Seasons Block of the Month from Country Loft in California...oh it is so much fun to do...I'm all caught up...ready for the March block to arrive.


I'm going to close for now, I've been fighting with Blogger for over an hour...it didn't want me to post any pictures...now what fun would that be. Until later...have a wonderful day.

19 comments:

Ginger Patches said...

All of your blocks look great! I looked at the Web sampler page...how fun. You're doing great with staying caught up!

Beth said...

That BOM is oh so tempting!

Libby said...

I just checked out the site with the WebSampler . . .it's going to be delicious *s*

Lisa D. said...

Look at your great block and cute stitcheries. What fun! I hope you get some fun mail - I hope I do, too!

Thimbleanna said...

Looking good Carol! I love the embroidery with the piecing.

Marcie said...

Your stitchery blocks are adorable! And that other project looks like a really neat one to get into. Have fun!

Perry said...

Your block looks great! And it is different from the ones I did. Think we'll get them finished by June 2? I really like the little sampler you and Sharon are doing. I have one coming from Cinderberry Stitches to do, but it isn't here yet.

Cindy said...

Oops I thought we were posting next week. I guess I will wait until then. Good job and love the stitchery.

Juliann in WA said...

You are so busy! I love checking your blog to see what you are doing. I considered the Web Sampler for about a minute but I need to watch out so I don't get buried under committments.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Ok missy you best just slow your butt down. I've got my #2 traced but that's it. Your gonna have to call KIM on me. LOL!!!!
Glad you got your quilt today. Sorry I missed your calls. I missed Nancy No Blogs calls too. Guess I need to stay home huh??
Love you!!!

Darlene said...

I'll be anxious to see which finishing kit you select. Enjoy!

Love the stitcheries. Very cute!

Nicole said...

I have yet to receive a single block! Of course I just got around to ordering them last weekend...

Ginger Patches said...

I tagged you :)

Beth said...

I think I need to go sew the borders on my blocks soon! They are even cuter with them.

Oh, and by the way, you've been tagged! It's all Tammy's fault!

Judy said...

I agree with Sharon...no fair being caught up!! I got block one stitched up and I'll sew the pieces tomorrow and trace block 2. They do look so pretty once the fabrics are sewn on. It's going to be a very nice quilt. SO glad I tagged along and ordered it!

The sampler block is beautiful!

Patti said...

There look like two delightful projects! I'd love to do the web sampler - I wanted to do last years also - but I'm just not allowing myself to get involved with anything else that doesn't use my own stash. It'll be lots of fun watching the rest of you participate.

Lea said...

Hi, Carol. Thank you for stopping by my blog!
I love your Websampler block. Seems like a great project. :-)
also your stitchery blocks are so darling.

Nan said...

Love the first block - it's beautiful Carol! Your stitcheries are the sweetest things, too. You do lovely work! Thank you for sharing!

Wendy said...

Love Country Loft...I live within 20 minutes of the Country Loft and am a regular visitor and am also working on the Four Seasons block of the month...I am waiting for March to hurry up and get here!! Check out my blog for my other projects and other Country Loft designs I have done. www.therunningquilter.blogspot.com