Wednesday, 7 December 2016

5th Day of our Twelve Days of Christmas




Time really is flying...

We're busy with day 5 of our
12 Days of Christmas....



Today's random number is block #2














With this piece you now have three of the first row pieces and you can even join them together once they're done...

I know this because I've seen a few of the photos from people who are sewing their Gingerbread Village already... and believe me they're so beautiful...



I hope you are all still enjoying the giveaways...












This was block #3 made
by Ulrike Brandl of Germany. I just love it!
Thanks for letting us see how cute it can be.

When I look at those trees, I think they may be a signature style of mine. They seem to be in a lot of the quilts I design....
.hehehehe....

Ive also seen blocks on Instagram that a lady made of the houses.....oh my goodie gumdrop, they are turning out fantastic....



Now I need to finish those Bobcats I have to sew for a swap and make my own village....





That's it! and now you're off to visit
Marian at Seams to be Sew 
to get the second part of block 2...


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The December Bitty Block and Mystery Block will be available on 19 December....

Have a Great Day! 

Thanks for all the support and encouragement!
Come back tomorrow for more!













16 comments:

Lisa Marie said...

These patterns are wonderful! Thanks so much!

Lori said...

so cute, thanks, I am really going to have fun making this
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Calicojoan said...

Thanks so much Janeen, I just love this quilt. Thank you for all your work and sharing with us this holiday season!

Margie Crewse said...

Loving these blocks!!! Is there going to be a pattern posted today from Marian? It is almost lunch time here and all the others have been posted a lot earlier. Really don't want to miss any of the blocks. Thanks

LJ said...

I'm having some trouble. I can't seem to find Marian's new posting/patterns for this block #2. Even your link goes back to yesterday's (12.6.16) posting. Perhaps you know about this...if not, is there something I'm doing incorrectly?

Kelly said...

As always, you do amazing patterns! Thank you so much for generously sharing them. Can't wait to stitch it up!!!

Zenia Rene said...

Yay! Thanks Janeen!

Heidi Van Walraven said...

I have not done one of these block a day type projects yet. I stumbled upon this one the first day and am enjoying it. This is only my 2nd paper piecing project and I am loving it.

Yellow Bird Stitches said...

I haven't actually been able to sew any of the blocks yet, but I've already got the vacation calendar calculated to have a big sewing day with this pattern. Thank you for your generosity in sharing them with us.

Hazal Taylor said...

Thank you Janeen for this lovely paper piecing quilt, paper piecing is my altime favourite way to go. Really Happy.

Bev said...

Thanks for your beautiful patterns! I love all of your designs & the gingerbread village is gorgeous!

Karen Despot said...

Thank you so very much for all your work in this! I am saving them all and hoping to have it finished by next Christmas. I want to see the finished product with the train border so i can take my time picking out the perfect fabrics. Beautiful pattern!!

desertskyquilts said...

Thanks you so much for block 2. This is great. I love the way the village is coming together.

Marian said...

I love what Ulrike did, those fabrics she chose are awesome... So glad she sent it, what a wonderful thing to see coming into day 06.. :)

Bama said...

Janeen, I am on your mailing list so I get e-mails on a regular basis, however up until today I haven't been able to get on my computer, mush less opened an e-mail in several days. I have missed out on the first four days of patterns, and I am so sad for that, but I do know I will be able to buy them later so that makes me feel better. When I opened your e-mail today, and saw The 12 Days of Christmas had started, oh man, the pics so far of y'alls blocks are beautiful. This is how I first went to Marion's blog.
I have a Craftsy account, and I have a very large wish list on there, and most of the patterns on there are yours. You are such a talented designer, I have loved your work for years. Now I get to check out Marion's account and see what all she has been up to, also.
So I want to thank you both for all that you do. I think it is awesome that designers share patterns on their blogs, but when they put all this together, then give it for free that is very special. So if I don't get to post again, this is thanks for the whole series, and such a beautiful quilt.
Have a Merry Christmas,
Lisa, in Alabama

Anonymous said...

Thank you fo smuch for these wonderful patterns. I check morning and night for them as I am in a totally different time zone than either of you - Asia, & have not missed one yet. Life is interesting and wonderful. Cheers Kumiko