Thursday, September 12, 2013

Block 4 of BOUQUET - and another sneak peek...

What a delight it has been to share the blocks of BOUQUET with you, almost four years after I first shared it here on my blog.
Today you can download my favourite block in this quilt...
'the cracked jug'

That sweet little bead edged skirt around the base makes me smile.

And the vintage, singed ribbon adds an air of old world charm, don't you think?
Block 4, 'the cracked jug' can be downloaded HERE.
Already I am working on the projects for the October issue of Elefantz HOME ezine.
Here's a sneak peek of the second 12" mini quilt from my 'Seasons In Redwork' set of four...
"autumn calling"
To learn more about my monthly e-zine, visit the Elefantz Home webpage HERE.
The next issue is my bumper Christmas issue -it's going to be gorgeous!

 Do you know my sweet friend, Dawn?
She has a free weekly BOM at the moment on her blog!

It's full of teeny tiny stitcheries - so cute!
You can visit Dawn and start following along with her BOM over HERE.

Till tomorrow and the next Bouquet block,


  1. Thank you so very much for blocks 3-4. I do love the little beads on these-very pretty

  2. Thank you for sharing this. I think this is my favorite block, so far.


  3. I just love jugs Jenny so this block is just right for me. Will pop over and check out your friend Dawn now.

  4. Thank you for the cracked jug. Too pretty.

  5. Thank you Jenny for your wonderful patterns. The jug and the girl are just great. You and a few other have enspired me to do embroidery again.

  6. OOOOH! Squeal! Just look at that bonnet on the birdie!

  7. I love that little wavy ribbon on the pitcher's skirt. What a cute idea, and so feminine. Thank you!


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