Sunday, August 21, 2011

SUN BONNET SUE

Here is my Sun Bonnet Sue, it is cut out with the Accuquilt Go cutter....
I also used the Funky Flower die, heart die, and 2 1/2 strip die. Now the die for the Sun Bonnet Sue does not have the band for the hat, I just did the band on my own so I could put those lovely buttons from ButtonMad on it. Nope, still haven't found my other ones (buttons)....

I still have some quilting to do on a few squares, Mr. Horizon and I were not getting along Saturday so I just closed down shop. My husband says it is operator error (how could he???)...how could I????



I just love green and pink together, this quilt is pretty scrappy....but I love it!





Thanks to all of you who responded to my blogger problem, I have the problems fixed and I am a happy blogger now....


36 comments:

  1. Barb, your Sues look wonderful! I like the top left Sue, she reminds me of a turtle lol. Glad you were able to get your blog fixed.

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  2. Wow you got that done quick! Love it!

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  3. I'm impressed that you did the majority of your cutting with the GO. The fabric and colors are great! Love the quilting,

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  4. I know I have not been online much lately but I must say I was surprised to see that quilt finished , wow you are speedy and it is adorable too!!

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  5. Barb, your hatbands look so good with this that I thought it was part of the die. I have the Overall Sam die, when I start using it, I will now have to add a band on his hat!

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  6. I love it. I love how you put flowers on some of the blocks. So cute! can't wait to use my Sun Bonnet Sue die. Hugs

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  7. wow,it`s absolutely wonderful!!

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  8. Barb!! Your Sue's are so cute!!! I love your colors and your Hubby, really how rude LOL!

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  9. Very pretty! I love the hearts that you added to some of the blocks.

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  10. That's such a cute quilt! Glad you got your blogger problems figured out! :0)

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  11. Love your Sunbonnet Sue quilt. I've been collecting
    fabric for sometime hoping to make my self one. Like how how you added flowers to some of the blocks.
    Nola

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  12. This quilt turned out so cute! I love Sun Bonnet Sue. They are fun to play around with.

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  13. I love it! (I'm glad you're a happy blogger again too!)

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  14. Love your quilt. I like the way you have included the hearts and flowers. It is really cute!

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  15. I love it too! It is so nice to see an "old" print look so new. Wonder if those bold scrappy prints would do the same for me?

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  16. Your quilt looks great. Sunbonnet Sue quilts are one of my favorites. I love the scrappiness of them.

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  17. Loving your SBS I have some patterns I want to do eventually, and pink and green together is one of my favourites too! Linda x

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  18. I love it. The way you combined Sue with flower and heart blocks is so clever.

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  19. What a sweet quilt!! I hope those buttons will show up now that you have quit looking for them :0)

    Crispy

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  20. It is so nice your quilt

    Greetings from Sweden

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  21. Cute quilt! Love the colors, bright and cheerie! Operator error - NEVER!!

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  22. What a darling little quilt! I like the alternating blocks with flowers and hearts!

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  23. Looks great BArb and I too love green and pink together :) hugs Vicki x

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  24. I like it a lot! I have a Sunbonnet Sue that my mom bought for me when I was a baby.

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  25. It is wonderful, Barb. I love it.

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  26. Your quilt is wonderful! love the hatbands with those cute buttons!

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  27. Quilt is so cute, love those little Sue's and flowers.

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  28. Your Sue is gorgeous too, Barb. Machine applique, right? You would not BELIEVE how much some of my bee members complained about the quality of their own handwork. Two seconds after picking it up to begin the block, "This looks terrible; I can't do this right." Argh! Just give it a CHANCE, you know? Sorry, had to vent! lol

    Take care,
    Susan in Texas

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  29. Very cute Sue quilt, how nice to have the dies to make quick work of it.

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  30. Oh some of these old fashioned blocks are so priceless. Love it, love it. I have seen one that is just one girl in the centre of the bed. She must have been 50" big! Fabulous and hand done too.

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  31. So cute. I have a Go Baby but not any of the applique dies yet.

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  32. Very cute! It makes me miss sewing with you. What a great quilt.

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  33. That quilt is adorable!! Was it made for anyone special?

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  34. This is adorable, Barb.

    Love the scrappy look with Sue, and your quilting is wonderful! Great combo use of the dies.

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