Monday, February 1, 2021

POSIES block 2...

 



I've been very ill the past two days with a nasty tummy bug so this will be a quick post (prayers appreciated).

The wrapped vase in Block 2 of Posies is probable one of my favourite displays for flowers. I often use handled jugs for floral bouquets at home and very often they sit on my desk. 
And that was the inspiration for this sweet block.



I fussy cut a bee for the vase and then added a tonal blue wrap. See what you can find in your stash for your own fussy cut vase. 



Use the link below to download Block 2.

DOWNLOAD block 2 of Posies

If you missed block 1 it's over HERE

Now I'm heading back to bed...

Bless you heaps,







29 comments:

  1. I love the bee on your vase. Hope you're feeling better soon Jenny. xx

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  2. Hi Jenny,
    Wishing you better health with relaxing restful days to feel better :)
    Thanks for block 2 !
    take care,
    hugs,
    Joanne

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  3. I hope you feel better soon. What a rotten way to start your birthday month. Blessings!!

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  4. I love it! Thank you, Jenny. Get well soon.

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  5. Orando por você. Amei seu vaso de flores. Beijos.

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  6. Get well soon. Beautiful block.

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  7. Prayers going up for you to get well quickly. Thank you for the beautiful Block 2 of Posies BOM ....Love the bee you fussy cut....

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  8. Sending prayers for a speedy recovery. Thank you for this sweet block.

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  9. Prayers lifted. Love the block, handled vases sure make moving flowers from one area to the next so much easier.

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  10. Thanks for the block. My prayers are with you for quickly feeling better and getting over the tummy bug. I remember my dad going out and cutting flowers and putting them in handled pitchers.

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  11. Praying for you, my dear. No need to respond to me when you are feeling punk!! Just know that I will be lifting you up. Beautiful ewer of flowers - well done on the fussy cutting!!!

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  12. Thank you . Sending prayers for your quick recovery. And sending you a hug.

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  13. Love jugs of flowers! Sure hope you are feeling better by now my friend - sending prayers xo

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  14. Prayers indeed! Thank you for the sweet block!

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  15. Thank you Jenny love your darling Posie patterns. Praying for a speedy recovery. Hope you are all better by the time you receive this comment.
    Carol O

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  16. I am hoping you feel better soon!

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  17. Thank you for the beautiful block. I will be saying a prayer for you that you will feel better.

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  18. Muchas gracias por tu generosidad. Es precioso!
    Espero que esté recuperada de tu virus estomacal.

    Besitos desde España,
    Pilarín

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  19. Pray that you are feeling better today.
    Thank you for the second block.
    Stay safe.

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  20. Oh no. I hope you are feeling better. 🙏Stomach bugs are the pits.

    Thank you for block 2. I love it. I finished it this morning before I even started block 1. 😊 I love the little pitcher. I have had so much fun going through my scrap bin of leftover scraps mostly from dresses I made for my girls years ago.

    Thank you for blessing us with your talent. This is cheering up my winter. It has been very cold here and we just had a snowstorm that lasted 2 days and dumped 26 inches of snow on us!

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  21. I'm so sorry you've been sick, and I hope it is soon over. Definitely extra prayers for you. Thank you for the new pattern. That was dedication beyond the call of duty to get up and post it!

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  22. Praying you are feeling better.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  23. Dear me Jenny, I have just seen this as I am behind with my blog reading. I do hope you are feeling better by now. I will be praying for you. Big hugs.

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  24. Thinking of you Jenny and praying for you dear friend.
    Blessings Gail.💁🙏🏻

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  25. I was sorry to hear you weren't feeling well but hopefully by now you are back to your healthy self. When I made this block I was able to put a snail on it where you have the bee and love the way it turned out. I am part of a small five person group who signed up to work on this BOM together remotely. Two of us have finished the first two blocks and one member is working with crayons instead of embroidery as her fingers cramp up if stitching too long. I think the other two may have decided not to carry on. However, I am very pleased with my first two blocks. It's been interesting to do the stitching as I haven't done much embroidery for some time. Thanks so much for giving these patterns to all of us.

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  26. Thank you Jenny,so beautiful hope you are well recovered.I so appreciate all your hard work! Blessings XXMaryLou

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  27. Thank you Jenny,for all the time and trouble you put into this wonderful interesting newsletter.I do hope you all feeling better.XxMaryLou

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