Thursday, May 29, 2014

Two Lucy Boston Blocks

Here are my two latest Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses blocks.  The first one is made from Edyta Sitar's (Laundry Basket Quilts) new Jelly Bean line.


The middle of the second block is fussy cut from the Mill Girls line by Judie Rothermel.  The other  pieces are from Judie Rothermel's Old Sturbridge Village collection.  I'm using 1" honeycombs and am English Paper Piecing my blocks.  


Thanks for stopping by today.

I hope you are finding some time to stitch!  

21 comments:

  1. very pretty fussy cutting! I'm afraid I didn't feel like taking the time to do that with mine - I didn't have the right kind of prints though either.

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  2. Such prettiness! Love them both, but the fussy-cut blue in the second one is especially striking to me. : )

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  3. What absolutely lovely fussy cutting. I have the papers and plastic template for a POTC - we'll see if I ever get around to making one ... so many quilts, so little time. ;-)

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  4. It is just so fun to see how they come out. No two could really be the same could they? Beautiful.
    blessings, jill

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  5. LuAnn your blocks are stunning. Beautiful colors and wonderful fussy cutting.! How many have you done so far?

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  6. Once again, you are the queen of fussy cutting LB blocks!!! These are just stunning!!!

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  7. Your LB blocks are beautiful - your fussy cutting and choice of colours is stunning!

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  8. The new Laundry Basket Jelly line is bright and sunny. Love the fussy cutting in #2. Now I'm reminded that it's time for me to pull fabrics and start another LB block.........

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  9. Love your blocks, such happy cheerful colors. I am making mine with drab reproductions but sometimes I have to throw in some happier fabrics. These block are so much fun. How many have you completed? Are you going to make the 56 blocks in the original, or is it 52....I forget.

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  10. I also like both blocks but the second is my favorite - the colors & fussy cutting just speak to me :)

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  11. Both blocks are fantastic.
    Greetings Grit from Germany

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  12. They are stunning, Lu Ann! My favourite is the first one! but I love them all!

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  13. They are stunning, Lu Ann! My favourite is the first one! but I love them all!

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  14. Wonderful piecing and use of fabrics!!

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  15. So pretty LuAnn! I especially love the second one. It reminds me of Dutch pottery!

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  16. Oh so gorgeous! With great fussy cutting. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Hi LuAnn, these blocks are gorgeous. You do such a wonderful job of centering the patterns on your pieces. They are perfection :)
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  18. Hi, LuAnn ... I was cruising Pinterst looking for Lucy Boston and just found this. POTC is anew interest for me. Beautiful blocks! I am going to try one of these ... wish me luck ... :) Pat

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