Wednesday, February 1, 2012

A couple of finishes...

Well, after my disastrous first attempt at a tree block for Sunni, I still had to think of a second one for her. So I took some inspiration from the movie my kids have been talking about non-stop for the last several weeks...The Lorax!!! So here are Sunni's Truffula Trees. I really hope she likes them!


I made a little signature block for her, too. There were several ideas posted on the Stash Bee blog, but my printer wasn't working so I just drew it out freehand and then paper pieced it. I like how it came out, with the little heart <3


And one more finish. I has SUCH a good time making this block for Georgia in the Wonky Bee. It's called Wonky Triangles, and it was so quick and easy to put together. I really think her quilt is going to be fantastic when she gets it all finished. I think they look like sailboats. It's a big block, and all of them put together will look so cool. This pic here is after I did the triangles, but before I pieced it together. I forgot to take another one after I was done.


Everything is off in the mail and good thing because I have to get started on February's, hahahahaha. Can't wait! Although I'm a little nervous about the new Bejeebers Block. I have to make a board game block, lol!!!!

8 comments:

  1. Cute trees! I love those triangles;)

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  3. I love all your finishes! They look great. The LORAX is one of my all time favorite Dr Suess books. :) Those Triangles are going to look awesome.. I am excited to see what we get next in the mail :)

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  4. Love these trees to bits ... and the wonky triangles are great!
    Good job!!

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  5. But those trees! Those trees! Those Truffula trees!
    All my life I've been searching for trees such as these!
    Great job - they are fab-o.

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  6. Hi Lisa ~ I received your wonky block and it's awesome!! I'm so excited to put these all together. I love getting mail from "Georgia" :) Talk to you soon, Georgia

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  7. I recognised your truffula trees straight away! Excellent job!

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