Friday, 9 December 2016

7th Day of the Giveaway

Hi there friends,

Its my turn to be a little late today.
Ive had a horrible head cold for a few days and this morning I thought I would just sleep a little longer, and BAM, its already 10:30....

Lets get going straight away...


Its Day 7 of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways



I hope you've been collecting all your pieces...

Today's random number is Block #4

As usual the block measures 10x14" and is on the intermediate level

This must be the Mayor of Gingerbread Village's house - the road leads to his door. I think I only really realized it now....












That's it! and now you're off to visit
Marian at Seams to be Sew 

If you would like to link up any block you've started making or even just something to brighten our day - then please share on the link below... Thanks...




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Have a Great Friday! See you all on Monday

Thanks for all the support and encouragement!








19 comments:

Marian said...

Well I certainly hope you will be feeling better soon. I've got my Robitussin, and that seems to be helping me... Hugs and thank you.. Love ya

Marian said...

Oh and my post is up in a few more moments, just testing links now. :)

Martina said...

Hope you feel better after a bit more sleep! Send you a warm hug over from Switzerland and thank you so much for all your works and the lovely patterns. Hope to be able to sew those soon.
Martina

Jackie said...

Thank you for the pattern! I hope that you're feeling better soon.

rainjerette said...

Hope the extra sleep helped! Thank you for sharing such a fun pattern with us. I don't remember how I found your site, but I am glad I did ;)

Kelly said...

Love it!!!!!! I hope you are feeling better soon! Hugs!

Shelley E said...

Hope you feel better soon. Sometimes a nice nap is the best cure! Been meaning to comment to thank you for this incredible series...best Christmas present ever. You are also so generous with your patterns and this one is extra-special.

Lori said...

such a cute house. I love the dots. And the tree, it looks like what our house used to look like with the tree in the back. Until we had to cut it down :( Thanks for another adorable piece of the puzzle :)

bubblesbobbiheidi said...

Just found your blog and Marian at Seams to be Sew! The Gingerbread Village is absolutely adorable. I can't wait to buy the blocks I've missed. You two are so talented. I hope you feel better soon. Nothing worse than a gazillion things to do, and feeling yuck!! Thanks again for your generosity! Now get some tea and take a nap!!
Anita

rosemaryschild said...

Everyday I am more amazed! What a wonderful quilt! Thank you for all your hard work-it is very much appreciated, Susan

Calicojoan said...

So glad to see block 4 today. Stayed up half the night working on the other 3 last night. LOL!! I'm exhausted this am and ready to start block 4. I love how it's coming out so far! Thank you thank you!

Μ ΧΑΤΖΗΙΩΑΝΝΙΔΗ said...

Thank you so much for every free pattern I downloaded from your site!!!!

Sheila said...

Thank you so much for these beautiful patterns! I'm collecting my fabrics and can't wait to start it! I am just getting over a cold myself, they are the worst when you want to get things done. Rest up and hope you feel better soon!

Ruthie's Place said...

Hi Janine, Hope you can get some well needed rest over the weekend and that you will feel better on Monday. I am so loving this and will get started on it after the New Year. Get better soon. Warm hugs, Ruthie

Sewgirl said...

Your designs are just delightful...thanks so much for generously sharing! Happy Holidays

Zenia Rene said...

I have been collecting my pieces! I have not missed a day. Thank you so very much.

Cynthia Woodham said...

I hope you feel better soon. Thank you I am loving what I am seeing.

desertskyquilts said...

Thank you! It's fun to see blocks starting to go up.

Margie Crewse said...

Thank you so much for these unusual blocks that I love. Have followed your blog for a long time now but I have a question, is there someplace to go where you explain the letter, numbers, and colored square blocks, on your blocks and what they all mean in putting the block together? Thanks and hope you are feeling better!