Sunday, June 9, 2013

Chester County Criswell Block 11


 William Criswell's block 


Jane Criswell's block

I made two versions of this block.  I must admit the history behind the names on this quilt is starting to get a little confusing to me even tho Sharon is doing a great job.  There is an excellent post here about the family tree.  I am just happy that Sharon is able to keep it all straight.  I really think she should write a book about this quilt.
I have just about run out of reds and greens and may repeat some but not too many.  Does anyone have any they could suggest.

Happy Sunday.
Nancy

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful sewing on these blocks Nancy! I reckon those harp strings must have been tricky to do. I agree that the story around the CCCQ would make a great book.

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  2. bueno!!! dos de cada vez, esto es fantástico
    los dos creo, que son muy bonitos
    buena semana

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  3. Lovely. Those harps look like a real challenge and are very unique.

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  4. Two blocks, that was fast! The family tree is a bit confusing, and I reserve the right to change previous stories if I find new information .
    Nice to see both versions of the lyre block. Whenever I go to a new patchwork shop I always check out the reds and greens first.

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  5. Beautiful applique Nancy. This is the first time i've heard of the quilt. Sounds fascinating. Thanks again for the giveaway package. I mentioned it on my blog today too.

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  6. Your applique work is wonderful. Always interesting to see a new finished block!

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  7. I finally started prepping blocks for this quilt. I am thinking of ordering some more red reproduction fabric for some more added variety.

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