"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The final block in my free Promises & Borders BOM!

The final block is done!!
I know I'm sharing it a day early, but I don't think you'll complain about that, right?
I wanted Block 10 to be the final word in my quilt, a verse that made a natural end to the story the quilt holds.
Proverbs 3:6
 
 
 
 
The quilt top is pieced and waiting to be quilted and bound...
You can download the final block and the assembly instructions HERE.
I hope you've enjoyed this BOM as much as I have. 
God bless!
Hugs
Jenny
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11 comments:

  1. Oh sweetie it is just gorgeous....just like you...thank you so much for this glorious BOM, I love it so much!!!!

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  2. Your stitched blocks are stunning. This is quite an heirloom you are creating. Falling into Autumn Bliss...

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  3. I just love this block, as I love all the blocks in this quilt! Thanks so much for sharing these blocks with us Jenny :*)

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  4. Jenny I just wanted to thank you for doing these blocks for us. I have enjoyed it and can't wait to finish mine.

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  5. Thank you so much for so generously sharing your talent and faith with us all.

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  6. Thank-you Jenny! What a wonderful sharing and beautiful 10 months of designs!
    Blessings, Cathy vJ in MA, USA

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  7. Beautiful! Your stitches are always perfection.

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  8. OH Jenny, This is such a beautiiful quilt, both in appearance and the inspirational message it holds.Thank you again and again for freely sharing your talents with us. Big Hugs and God Bless...

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  9. This is one of my favorite Bible verses :)

    Thank you for your generous patterns. I have loved embroidering each block and look forward to completing this one and making the quilt !

    Sharon in Iowa (USA)

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  10. thanks for all your work on this BOM...we all appreciate your kindness!

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  11. I've enjoyed making this quilt. I have it all together now in a flimsy... Now trying to figure out how to quilt it all! I'll be looking forward to seeing how your quilt gets quilted.

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It's always nice to receive feedback on a blog post, so *thank you* for taking time to comment!
I will try to reply via email unless you are a 'no reply blogger' which means you'll have to check for my reply in the comments. Of course, life is a rather hazardous activity, isn't it? So if I don't respond to your comment that's the reason why - life simply stepped in...
hugs
Jenny
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