Sunday, 10 February 2013

My stop on the H&K Blog Hop


Hello and welcome to day one of
 the Hugs and Kisses Blog
 Hop. 
This is yet another hop from the creative mind of Madame Samm and was organized by the lovely Jane. Thank you Madame Samm and Jane for letting me take part!

Today I have two little projects to show off.  Both are unfinished as I was lucky enough to come down with a stomach flu  which left no time for sewing! However, if I can get better and really try I still might have them done in time for the 14th...maybe..LOL

The first project I am calling Windows of Love


And here it is in a window...lol



My second project doesn't have a name yet



I hope you had fun on your stop today. I enjoyed having you by and I hope you stay around for the rest of the hop!! Make sure that you check out what my lovely co-hosts created today. I promise you will be inspired! For the full hop list just click the hugs and kisses hop button.










Have a great day!


73 comments:

  1. Espero suas melhoras rápido.Você decidiu se vai ser uma colcha ou caminho de mesa,acho que queria uma colcha romantica.

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  2. Your window block looks like stained glass on your window. Lovely rich colors. The other block reminds me of a garden stepping stone. Hope you are soon well again. Thanks for sharing ... XOXOXO ... :) Pat

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  3. Get well soon!
    Your blocks are so pretty and I'm hoping you will be well enough to finish them by the 14th.

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  4. Hope you are feeling better today. Your little hearts will be wonderful when they are finished! (Your link doesn't seem to be working from the blog hop.... I had to google you to find your blog.)

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  5. I hope that you soon will be feeling better. And your hearts will be wonderful when they are finished.
    Thanks for sharing

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  6. Both are very sweet and I hope you feel better soon.

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  7. Love the red fabrics and the center hearts. Very cute, both of them!

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  8. Very sweet little window quilts. Oh, do take care and feel better soon.

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  9. The blocks are sweet and I am sure will be great when finished.

    Did you know that your link on Madame Samm's page goes to a Yahoo 404 page?

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  10. Thank goodness for google I was able to locate your blog! All the other links I've tried...well lets just say I ended up other places.
    I am looking forward to seeing your Windows of Love when it is completed! Bad stomach flu!!! May today bring healing to your body, loads of energy and hours of sewing fun!

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  11. Very pretty. I like the fabrics that you used. The flu is not nice to get and I sure hope you are feeling better soon.

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  12. I hope you're feeling better by now!
    Thanks for sharing your blocks!
    Take care

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  13. Thanks for sharing your cute Valentine's project.

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  14. Glad you're on the mend. Nice blocks and I thought of a name for your second block. How about "Box of chocolate". WHen seeing that chocalate heart expand out of the center of that block, all I could wrap my brain around is Forrest Gump and his talking about a box of chocolates and never knowing what you'll get in the inside. lol
    Thanks for sharing, very creative. JAne

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  15. such cute projects -- feel better soon

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  16. ahhh you are bread and butter pickles this day...ever sooooo sweet..

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    1. p.s if love can heal all..you should feel it from us now..

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  17. Ohhhhhh very nice blocks....great piecing...love them.

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  18. Sweet blocks! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Rosemary B here:
    These blocks are really nice. I love 9 patch.
    Ii am very glad thatyou were able to shuffle down and make a little project because your creations are always sweet!
    I hope you are improving by the day from that disgusting tummy bug. It is spreading like fire.
    Thank you for sharing. Just love the blocks.

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  20. Beautiful! Love your window to the world! Thank you so much for sharing today!!

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  21. Hope you are well on the road to recovery. 9 patches are so versatile!!

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  22. Very pretty blocks! Glad you are over the flu. Thanks for sharing. vickise at gmail dot com

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  23. Both projects are so pretty! In the second one, it looks like the heart is coming up from under the squares. So pretty! Great job!

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  24. Sorry to hear about the flu! Your quilt blocks are wonderful- I love them!

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  25. Sorry to hear that you are down with the flu. Thank you for the inspiration you have shown us. Such a clever and cute idea. Thank you for joining in the Hugs and Kisses blog hop. Happy Valentine's Day to you and hope you start feeling better soon.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  26. Very pretty and I love the colors you used.

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  27. Mrs. Pickles-Hope you are feeling better soon. Thanks for sharing your hearts with us.

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  28. Love your projects. Put together, I think they would make a lovely table runner. Thanks for sharing. Hope you feel better soon.

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  29. Awesome projects.I agree they would make a nice runner.

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  30. Love your heart blocks. Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  31. Hope you are feeling better!
    Cute projects!

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  32. Thanks for sharing! What is that scroll work fabric? Love it! I always lean toward simple patchwork designs myself. Hope you're feeling better :)

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  33. Cute blocks. I agree, they would make a cute tablerunner.

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  34. Love your hearts. Hope you feel better soon.

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  35. Beautiful blocks and I hope you start feeling better soon!

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  36. I love them. I bet they will turn into something wonderful when you feel better!

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  37. Your blocks are beautiful....get better quick so you can get back to stitching. They would make a sweet valentine table runner. Thanks for sharing!! Happy stitching, Pauline

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  38. Get well soon. Love your Windows of Love block!

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  39. Windows of love is sweet and simple and will look great in a quilt or whatever project you choose. I hope you feel better real soon!

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  40. Love your hearts! FYI, some of the links on the other blogs do not send us to your blog. I kept getting an error message on several links. So, already familiar with your blog, I just knew you were still around. I googled your blog and finally got you!! You may want to check with Jane to make sure she has your correct blog address.
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  41. Beautiful! Love them!
    (and I was having the same problem as Gmama Jane :))

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  42. Very crisp and pretty. Some of your links are not working, but the one on Jane's site does. Hope you are feeling better.

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  43. Very pretty! Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  44. I love the window shot of your first project! I've actually created a curtain of white muslin and red fabrics specifically to highlight the art of the seam allowances when the sun shines through.

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  45. Sorry you've been feeling under the weather and hope you're doing better soon. In your first project, since the fabrics all have the same design, it gives the appearance of the flowers being sprinkled over them. So cool! I think both your pieces are lovely; good luck at getting them finished!

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  46. Hi!! Your pillows are so lovely!!! I love them both!!! Thank You

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  47. Very pretty blocks. I love the fabrics you chose.

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  48. I love both of your little blocks! You could just about make anything, very versatile!

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  49. I hate the stomach bug! I'm so sorry you've been sick but you've made some cute pieces anyway. :) blessings, marlene

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  50. I really like your Windows of Love. Thanks for sharing!

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  51. Hope you're feeling better.
    Love your projects. Nice job.

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  52. Beautiful! That second block makes me think of an open box of chocolate. Love that fabric! Hope you are on the mend!

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  53. So sorry you got caught by the flu bug! Feel better soon! The projects are so cute. I love the chocolate heart in the center of the second project.

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  54. Love how you put the heart in the middle of the block. Hope you are on the mend and manage to get your project completed by the 14th.

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  55. Hugs and Kisses to you that you feel better soon! What great projects you have started!

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  56. Very pretty! I hope you feel better soon and get a chance to finish this for Valentines day.

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  57. You poor thing! I hope that flu bug doesn't linger too long...yucky! I love the heart in the middle of the block. :O)

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  58. wonderful blocks you will get them done...For some reason it looks a little like the card block and then hearts comes into mind.....this is for the one that has no name...take care

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  59. SO pretty...the second one could be called "Hearts and Diamonds"!

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  60. Hope you get to feeling better. This stuff hangs on forever.

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  61. Hope you're feeling much better. I love that red/pink sweet flowers fabric and your first block is lovely. Happy V Day!

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  62. Yucky flu! Hope you get back up to full speed quickly. Love your projects!

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  63. I hope you feel better soon. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.

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  64. Love your heart window pane blocks! Sending you get well wishes!

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  65. thanks for sharing your heart projects. Cute.

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  66. Hope you are feeling better. I adore both of your projects. You are awesome to participate even though you are under the weather. Thank you for inspiring all of us and sharing your creativity.

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  67. These are wonderful projects! I especially like the window of love. Hope you're feeling better soon and thanks for sharing your creations with us.

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  68. Love the heart ideas especially since I have to come up with some heart ideas of my own for a guild fabric challenge---and soon!

    I hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day.

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