Snowflakes, Snowflakes Everywhere

Happy New Year, all! I was hoping to be back yesterday, but Mother Nature had other plans and the kids got an extra day of Christmas break. More ice than snow this time, but I made a snowflake block so that's today theme. This is the December block for Sheila in my Simply Solids Carmine group. I absolutely adore this block, but it isn't for the faint of heart. There was much unsewing. I left the extra so Sheila can trim it to fit with the other blocks. The tutorial can be found on Mad Quilter's Disease.


This was made with Kona Cerise, Red, Flame, Orange, Kumquat and Papaya. And you know how I know that? 'Cause I got a Kona colour card for Christmas. It's just so purdy.

Speaking of Kona, the Wake Up to Kona Blog Hop begins today. Here is the fun line-up of participants:

January 7

January 8

January 9

January 10

January 13

January 14

January 15

January 16

January 17

January 20

January 21

Yes, that's me on the schedule for tomorrow! :)

Comments

  1. That block is just gorgeous- I don't think I'm brave enough....

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  2. I have seen this snowflake block in several places now, and love it! Your choice of colours are beautiful!

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  3. Wonderful job on this block! So striking!

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  4. This is amazing!!!! I am so excited to see what you have for tomorrow for the hop! I already know you are the solids queen!!!

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  5. Stunning block M-R!! This Kona hop is my first time working with Kona solids; and I love them.
    Love your colors too.

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  6. What a fantastic block! Beautiful color choices, M-R!

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  7. Your snowflake block is stunning. I can only imagine the amount of work this took. Happy New Year Stitching...

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  8. That snowflake block was nearly a deal breaker ; ) Your turned out wonderful!

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  9. This is a beautiful block. And snowflakes are perfect for winter sewing.

    Now that you've done one, would you ever tackle a second?

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  10. Very pretty! I'm going to be attempting one of these blocks soon enough. Thanks for the warning, I'll make sure to keep my seam ripper close. :)

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