Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Country Cottages #10!

 
Country Cottages Block Ten is ready!  This block features plump pumpkins and a cornstalk.  Download this pattern here.  What do you love about this block?

12 comments:

  1. Of course I love the pumpkins. I also love the fabric used on the roof.

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  2. I love the pumkins, too!!! The are very nice!! But all the coutry Cottage Blocks are very nice!!!
    Hugs, Hennie

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  3. I love the pumpkins but I really love the cottage roof.

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  4. Oh my gosh Jennifer...what's not to love??? It is another wonderful block. I do especially love the fall decorations though. Thanks so much. Big Hugs...

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  5. What I love about this block is the bricks of the Cottage... if only we could really get that with our own homes! I am loving all of these Cottages and looking forward to making them all in the future... Thank You

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  6. absolument merveilleux quel talent ! merci bisous de FRANCE

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  7. The perfect cottage; your fabric selection is just amazing and turns that block into a magical place I wish I lived in:-D

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  8. I guess we are all commenting on your choice of fabric for the roof! Lovely. Love all the cottage blocks.

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  9. I am so far behind...... but I love the pumpkins.

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  10. Enjoy books and magazines, play cards or board games or simply relax in the evening with a drink and coffee in good company and cottages.

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  11. I am enjoying your BOM mystery, thank you so much for doing it. I don't know how you did the word "PUMPKIN" it doesn't look embrodered with floss was it written? If so what with?
    My embroidery is well coming along and much better the more I do but lettering looks very primitive when I do it

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    1. I think a primitive look would be darling! More like how a hand-written sign would be. You may choose to use a backstitch with several strands of floss to make the letters more substantial, however.

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