Sunday, December 24, 2017

Quilter's Block a Day Calendar: Week 52

This is truly home stretch! Last week of the Quilter's Block a Day Calendar blocks created by Patricia Bryant of Australia. She sewed these in 2016 and posted them every day on the Martingale Facebook page. Let's see the final blocks (there are 8 because we go into another Sunday).

If you would like to see ALL 366 blocks in one place, visit my Pinterest page: Patricia's Blocks from my Quilter's Block a Day Calendar! You can view every single one as I've displayed them here week by week.

And don't forget that you can see them in alphabetical order here: Quilter's Block a Day Calendar in two sizes! I'm planning on re-releasing the calendar with the two sizes. I'll have more on that in 2018.

December 24: Holiday Leaves

Holiday Leaves: 12"
 December 25 (Merry Christmas): Christmas Star

Christmas Star: 15"
 December 26: Shooting Star
Shooting Star: 8"
And another pic of Shooting Star

Shooting Star: 8"
  December 27: Star of Destiny
Star of Destiny: 8"
 December 28: Town Center Star

Town Center Star: 12"
 December 29: Z Cross
Z Cross: 10"
 December 30: Woven Ribbons

Woven Ribbons: 6"
 December 31: Star of Illusion

Star of Illusion is covering Patricia's head!
Thank you for staying with me for 52 weeks. Let's all give a hearty round of applause to Patricia for finishing well, for inspiring us and I'll let you know when she decides to put them together.

Remember, if you would like to see ALL 366 blocks in one place, visit my Pinterest page: Patricia's Blocks from my Quilter's Block a Day Calendar! You can view every single one as I've displayed them here week by week.

I wish you all a Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year. I'm not sure if I plan a weekly themed post, but you do know that I will be posting a few times a week based on what happens in my sewing room! See you then.

14 comments:

  1. Wishing you and all your followers the best day tomorrow and the happiest New Year. I'm looking forward to more of your inspiration and talent that you've so generously shared with us!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hope your day is also merry and bright. I hope you'll stay with me next year for more inspiration and ideas. Thanks for your kind words!

      Delete
  2. Thanks Debby for all you freely gave through the year. All the best for the comming year.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hope to see you back here, Mary Ellen, for more ideas and inspiration. Thanks for all your comments and kind words.

      Delete
  3. Hi Debby,
    Fabulous finish to the year of blocks! I have enjoyed every moment of it. This week I especially like the Town Center Star, Woven Ribbons, and Star of Destiny. How cute is that puppy with the lion's mane?!! Happy New Year to you and your family. ~smile~ Roseanne

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. so many fun blocks; so little time . . . Yes, that puppy with the lion's mane is one of my favorites of the whole year! Always enjoy hearing from you, Roseanne.

      Delete
  4. Just BEAUTIFUL!!! Thank you for sharing. How will you top this next year? Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Wonderful New Year!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ha, ha. I have to top this? Now the pressure is on! Always enjoy hearing from you and I look forward to 2018 with more ideas and fun things to share.

      Delete
  5. I just received your 2018 calendar of quilt blocks! Yay!! I have used and loved your perpetual calendar for years in the past. Thanks for all you do, Debby! Melanie

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. OK, Melanie. It's your turn to make a block a day (just kidding). Hope you get some inspiration from that calendar for some awesome designs. See you soon right here!

      Delete
  6. Thank you for all the wonderful blocks. Merry Christmas.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I guess you could call me a Block Star, huh? My calendar wasn't so exciting until Patricia gave them flesh and fabric! Not sure how I can top this in 2018, but I'm going to try.

      Delete
  7. Merry
    Christmas Debbie!
    I do so enjoy your blog, always an inspiration.
    Rosemarie

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Glad you stopped by, Rosemarie. I look forward to more ideas and inspiration in 2018.

      Delete

Thanks for stopping by Debby Kratovil Quilts! If you had a question and don't get an answer from me, please feel free to email me at: kratovil@his.com