Saturday, April 24, 2010

Klosjes Saturday Report # 8


66
Klosjes Completed
3 made this week

I have no idea where the time went this week and only managed to stitch three klosjes.  For a change of pace, I dipped into my 1930's fabric.   Hope you like 30's fabric, as I will have more to show you next week.

Until next time.....happy quilting!

Karen

24 comments:

katrien said...

Hi lovely klosjes,and yes i like the 1930 fabrics,i have also a collection of them.
Your hexaflowers are also sweet.

Fiesta said...

They look great Karen!

Valentina said...

How sweet are they! I love the 30's print, it is so effective for Klosjes.
Excellent work, Karen!

Marieke said...

I just love the 1930-s fabrics! I use some of these fabrics myself for the klosjes. I especially like the blue ones. But that's no surprise...;-)

Crispy said...

Lovely little klosjes. With spring in the air we are all being less productive...I think :0)

Crispy

Yvette said...

I love 30's fabric!! Your klosjes look great using them.

Karen said...

This is the day to see lots of spool blocks on the blogs. The 30's fabrics are looking good in yours.

Vivian said...

Your 1930s fabrics are perfect for spool blocks. You're making great progress!

Zlaty said...

Those are so cute! Great colors and I do love the 30's prints!

Happy sewing!

Pat from FL and MI said...

Klosjes look great in 30's. I just started my klosje journey today. Perhaps I'll pull some 30's too.

Julia said...

They look great Karen..I love them in the '30's fabrics!
Some days the time just runs away from us...

Sue-Anne said...

I adore those 1930's fabrics! I can see a whole Klosjes quilt made in 1930's!!!!

quilting Jeannet said...

Three is betters than notting Karen, go on by this way and you will become a real quilt at the end.... ( I try to make two flowers a week)

greetings, Jeannet

Carrie P. said...

Very Pretty!

Deb said...

I love the 30's fabric. So refeshing to see the clear colours.

Janet said...

Some weeks are like that. As long as you don't lose a month. I loved seeing the blocks done in 30's another favourite of mine. It's going to look wonderful.

Joan said...

Love the fabric...the klosjes mount up even if you only make a few each week.

Robin said...

Very nice! I love the '30s fabric. :)

*karendianne. said...

Oh golly gosh and gee but I do love your Klosjes. They're perfect and look like real spools are supposed to! The 30's fabric is enticing. Ohhh, leave it to YOU. :) Have a delightful day and thank you so much for sharing!

Nadine said...

Cuuuute klosjes, Karen ;>)
Don't be sorry for the number, dear, we do what we can and would there be only one as cute as yours, it's worth it !
XXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXXO
NADINE

Daniëlle said...

Hihi, love your klosjes!! I do my flowers with the 30'fabrics!! No need to apologize, 3 is a nice number and it's the fun making them that counts!! Have a nice day, happy sewing, Daniëlle

Annemieke said...

At least you did some 'klosjes'.It doesn't matter how much, maybe next time you make a whole lot of them... Te 1030's fabrics look beautiful. They're bright and always make me happy. I still have some in a basket waiting for some new project...
Groetjes
Annemieke

Funoldhag said...

Love the thirties klosjes! Carol

Mary said...

Love your Klosjes. I love the 30's fabric. I have been doing a lot of sewing in 30's, but this time to do them in a variety of fabrics. They are so fun to do.