11.09.2011

Kelly's Hero Block

Today I received a Heroes Helping Heroes block from Kelly of Zerbert.
It is chalked full of lovely Denyse Schmidt fabric! 


 Kelly's card brings a smile to my face.  I love that this block is in honor of someone who battled cancer and won!  (also...please notice the Flea Market Fancy stationary.  Where did you get this, Kelly?  I love it!)


It's starting to slowly come together.  I love watching this quilt grow!


Happy Hump Day everyone!

~Val


I'm linkin' up @ W.i.P. wednesday over at Freshly Pieced

29 comments:

  1. Looks like it is coming alog great!

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  2. Oh wow, this is just wonderful! Love that style of block. Is that called a string block?

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  3. They're all looking so good. I love how everybody's scraps are just coming together so seamlessly. Every time I see a new post of new blocks I remember that I need to get mine done for you too!

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  4. Awesome!! I put mine in the mail today!! :)

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  5. Lovely block with a fabulous sentiment!

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  6. oooh, this quilt is just full of scrappy goodness :)

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  7. Aren't string blocks so easy and effective? Looks great.

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  8. Love the fabrics in those string blocks!

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  9. That is seriously one stunning quilt!

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  10. I can see that would be a fun quilt to watch grow! Fantastic!

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  11. This is a great project, and that is a beautiful block.

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  12. Great block for a great, wonderful cause!

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  13. Ooh, I love all the scrappiness in those blocks! Yum!

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  14. What a neat quilt! And a good cause. Love it.

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  15. string quilts are great projects - beautiful1

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  16. I want to make a string quilt! So pretty.

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  17. This is a string block exchange? This is one I could even do...at least I know how to make those!

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  18. Beautiful DS fabrics, amazing quilt and lovely post!

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  19. Love those blocks, it's going to be an amazing quilt

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  20. That will be a beautiful quilt when it's all put together.

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  21. i'm so glad it arrived!!! and i love that you noticed the fmf stationery... i found it in a little boutique in asheville, nc.

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  22. love those fabrics in a straing block. great job!

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  23. Such an absolutely pretty quilt!

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  24. I've been admiring these hero blocks since they started appearing-it's going to be a stunning quilt for a great cause. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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  25. I love how the String block quilt is looking! What a lovely note to have received with a block, really sweet.

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  26. this is so pretty....i love all the fabrics

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