Lovely strawberries. I really like the few unripe ones among the others as well. Really cute. Greetings to lovely Cymru! Wish I could travel the little roads west of Pontypool once again... Beautiful landscape...Greetings from the Rhine,Britta
Congratulations on you second block it is gorgeous. I like your leaves - so many colours :-)I have my 5th block prepared for sewing - hope I can post it soon.Paula
wonderful colours and i love your embroidered strawberrycrowns,good work,happy stitching,susi
Nice block, I think embroidery on album blocks is very authentic, nice touch. Happy StitchingCheri
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What a beautiful block Jane. I think it's a fine idea to embroider your strawberry crowns. They look great. It's so much fun to see what you're working on and to know that you're out there, an ocean away, working on this quilt too.I'm also looking forward to seeing your 5th block Paula. I'm feeling a surge of excitement seeing all of the gorgeous blocks you ladies are working on. I better get back in there and sew. I'm working on the peacocks in the tree now (block #7). This one is going a little faster.
This is gorgeous. I love your colors!
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Jane,Any block with embroidery is a winner in my book. I just love what you did with the strawberries. We will know who started the trend for embroidered strawberry tops....trust me, wish I had thought of it first, those tops were a bit hard to work with. Love your fabric choices, the berries just pop right off of the background. Can't wait to see your future blocks.Cheers,Bobbie
Those strawberries look good enough to eat. I love how you used embroidery for the stems.
Sweet strawberries Jane!
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