Delilah Mayflowers

I am happy to have a bit of time to finally work on my Delilah Quilt again! It seems like forever since I have been able to concentrate on anything but Christmas and cleaning. But I am ready and back to my pre-Thanksgiving and Christmas projects. Yea!!

Today I was able to work on the Mayflower Blocks of the Jen Kingwell Delilah Quilt I have been working on.

It was wonderful to take out my fabrics and templates and cut away. The cutting is always the hardest part of this particular quilt.

There are so many little pieces and each one is cut separately with the templates that I get in the mail each month.

It is a bit time consuming, but it is worth it in the end. I mean really, just look at how cute this Block is!

And if you are joining in the MYSTERY QAL, you will notice that I have included the Flutter By MYSTERY fabric in a few of my Blocks of my blocks. I’m so sneaky:)!

I certainly stitched my share of Y-Seams on these blocks. I do believe I am getting quite competent at them now. Practice makes perfect!

I really am quite pleased with how they all turned out.

My next set of blocks is a bunch of circles that look like “o”s. I guess it’s just an x’s and o’s few days of quilting. That just really fits how I feel about this quilt. Hugs and kisses! So SWEET❤️❤️

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you have an X’s and O’s type of day too!

24 thoughts on “Delilah Mayflowers

  1. Those blocks are just so cute. I’ve admired Jen Kingwell’s quilts from afar, but having seen some last week at her new shop, they are just gorgeous. I’ll be able to take a really good look in mid February, when I do a class at the shop with Angie Wilson. Look forward to seeing your x’s and o’s. Still missing my mojo after overseas visitors and extremely hot days lately, but I know it will return. Take care.

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    1. Hi Susan!! Lucky you! I would love to see her shop! Company really does kind of mess up the swing of things, but. There is nothing better than time spent with loved ones and friends❤️❤️. I look forward to hearing about your class at the shop. So much fun!!!

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  2. Tracy is happy back in her swing room! I think the daisies and the burnt orange are my favorites this round. Yes, you will be the queen of Y seams by the end of this project! I am heading back to the sewing room today…a bit of final cleanup and then I’m starting the camping quilt Pat Sloan is doing this year. Me and camping should be a good fit, and maybe it will become the permanent camping quilt, who knows?

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  3. Oh Tracy, they look so adorable. You certainly have chosen a beautiful array of colors and prints. Love seeing our Fluffer Nutter Mystery fabric. Your blocks look so expertly assembled. I’m very impressed. I’ve never tried “Y” seams before. I’m looking forward to seeing the “X’s. 🙂

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      1. Yes, I have updated the original post with the hopes of everyone posting at least once monthly on the 28th. Thank you once again for bringing this to my attention. I really think I need two or three heads just to get things right. Lol❤️❤️❤️

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