Hello Ladies! It's time for Block 4 - Robin.
This one only has 18 template pieces & they are fairly large sized. The only small template is the Robin's beak. This one worked up pretty quick so I can move on to the next one!
Love the block Patrica Faye. I"m so far behind, still working on block #2.
Bonita, keep on working on them, you'll catch up!
I'm planning on taking them with me on retreat in June. Going to spend a couple of days tracing and cutting. I want a couple of blocks to take with me on the plane, I have a long layover coming and going.
Thanks Patricia Faye. This one was easy and fast. I do admit I'd already completed it. Poor Robin's beak is a bit longish. I only have two more blocks to make. I do enjoy working on these while watching TV in the evening. When I finally run out of blocks to applique, I might, just might, get back to hand quilting my Dear Jane.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
I love your block Judy! Great fabrics as usual. I think the beaks have been the hardest of all the pieces. I have 3 blocks left that are ready to be appliquéd.
Very nice ladies
gini in north idaho
Really pretty block Judy.
I really like the fabric for robin's belly. Mine is all set to applique. Maybe I'll get to start this weekend.
Judy and Patricia Faye, love the blocks. I have the pieces traced for block three but haven't pulled any fabrics yet. I really like this one. Might do it first.
Thanks Kris. I'll look forward to your Robin.
Very pretty as always, Gini. Love your Robin.
My red isn't as vibrant as I was 5hinking. I may redo it.