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

Thomas Moore

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Daisy Days Block 3 ~ "wednesdaisy"...

It's that special time of the Daisy Days month when a new block is released!

July's block is the very cute "wednesdaisy"...

It's all about the garden gate and a home for our garden friends in this block...
 



The PDF pattern for "wednesdaisy" is available today as an instant download HERE in my Craftsy Shop.
The paper pattern is available HERE in my Etsy Shop with free postage worldwide.


That's three blocks so far, and five more to go!

In case you haven't seen the finished Daisy Days quilt top, here it is, patiently waiting for me to hand quilt and bind it...

 You can start this BOM anytime! The first three blocks are available in either PDF or paper pattern format.

Why not visit the Daisy Days Flickr group HERE and see the blocks made so far by those who are playing along?

Allie just shared her first block on her blog. How sweet is this?! Love the pink fabric...

If I can get ahead next month I will finally make a start on the quilting. Can't wait to show it all completed and ready to hang.
Fingers crossed!

hugs
Jenny
xx

15 comments:

  1. Wow, beautiful work! Well done!

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  2. Oh Jenny, how lovely is this! I admire your stitching so beautiful done!
    Hugs
    Lida

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  3. Gorgeous block again Jenny...thanks for designing this adorable quilt...x x x

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  4. Yay! Will go and download my copy now!! ... Once again, such a delightfully gorgeous quilt sweetie!! xx

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  5. Yay! Will go and download my copy now!! ... Once again, such a delightfully gorgeous quilt sweetie!! xx

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  6. This is so cute - it just slays me! Love it so much, Jenny-girl!!!

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  7. Another delightful block. You are so talented.

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  8. How pretty. it is gonna be just gorgoeus finished.

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  9. Your work is simply beautiful. What type thread or floss do you use?

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  10. Another beautiful block! I'll be purchasing this one in just a few minutes. Makes me feel giddy inside. LOL

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  11. Hi Jenny, I just found your blog and love it. Can you tell me the best way to copy your designs on the fabric? I haven't done much hand stitching.
    Vicki
    tvbart@charter.net

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  12. It would be a treat to walk through the garden gate and sip tea in spotty cups with you.

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  13. Thanks for another beautiful design, Jenny!

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  14. What a beautiful design. You are so talented. I don't know how you get done as much as you to keep us all in new designs. I'm so thankful to have found your blog. You keep me in stitches. Can't wait to order and start this one.

    Thank you.

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  15. I've been admiring your stitch work for sometime. I wonder at your straight line stitch though. I would use a back stitch for all my straight line stitching but your looks different to me. What stitch are you using?

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Jenny
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