12/06/2008

December Goes So Fast

A quick post before going off to work at the LQS, speaking of which, do not miss the Jo Morton Trunk Show that is there, at Little Quilts (see blog); here is a close-up of one of the blocks, can you believe how gorgeous...


Rows A and B of DJ finished:


Have these fabrics gathered together for a possible quilt. I love the grays and the idea of combining the sampler, the brocade, and the ticking. Well, the ticking looked grayer online, so I might....RIT...it? Or just go with it:


Thank you for your opinion, Rembrandt:

Rembrandt is the Cat Who Reads and I do thank you for posting on the blog; a few have left no-reply comments so I couldn't thank you via email, so thank you here.

next DJ block:

Ohhhhh Christmas is coming! Maybe I'll schedule a Christmas Seance to contact Dear Jane to see if she has any encouragement for those us plowing through her DJ block rows. We need it. Speak to us, Jane.

8 comments:

Fiesta said...

oh God, can I joinyou in the DJ Seance??
I love all your blocks.

Caron said...

Count me in for the seance! Love the DJ block on the bottom. Gorgeous choice of fabrics!!! And those little melons are so tiny aren't they? Little buggers!

Libby said...

Ohhh - can't wait to see what that happy little stack of fabrics is to become *s*

bluebird-lyn said...

Hi Karen, I love the choice of fabric and colours for the DJ block. Count me in on the Seance, I need it. Regards Lyn

MARCIE said...

That last block of yours is wonderful! Jane would love it! Just ask her--LOL! Love Rembrandt checking things out. What a darling cat she is. I am so impressed with your progress on DJ. Awesome!

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Oh Karen, what a great post through and through.

Love that block at the top for sure. Yummy. The next DJ block - amazing.

And oh oh oh...look at those two rows of DJ!!! Zap me with a Wow sticker.

swooze said...

I love seeing everyones DJ blocks. That one is great! Good luck on the DJ journey.

YankeeQuilter said...

That last DJ block is wonderful. You have a great talent for selecting fabrics and getting them to play well with each other (like the stars peeking out from behind the striped melon seeds)...each is like their own little quilt!