week four freebie basket block…

Aren’t these little basket blocks so cute!  I love making them…do you have them all so far?  By now most of you doing Lisa’s Flower Garden should be well into sewing them.  Do you have a nice sharp fine scissor for cutting the little pieces?  If not visit the site for needful things and purchase a dovo scissors.  You will never want to cut without them once you have a pair of these heirloom scissors.  Every girl needs a “good” pair if scissors or two or three…I love scissors!

11 Responses to “week four freebie basket block…”

  1. 1 Dya
    June 28, 2010 at 10:18 am

    Thank you so much for the basket patterns, I simply love them.
    It’ll be a while before I can start though, my UFO’s and BOB’s are taking over my house at the moment LOL.

  2. 2 Cheryl
    June 28, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    I absolutely love my little blocks of Lisa’s Flower Garden. I am actually staying caught up on the applique (all done through week 3) and just have my 9 patches to complete for week 3. I don’t think I want it to end!

  3. 3 Brittany
    June 29, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    I purchased those scissors a few months back and LOVE them! You don’t realize how wonderful they are until you have a pair. I can’t even imagine cutting wool without them now! Thanks for suggesting that I buy a pair at one of your classes🙂

  4. June 30, 2010 at 12:49 am

    Hi Lisa,
    I am making the BOM and believe me I have my hands full but I am keeping up on my weeks’s assignment. I love each and every one, especially the little baskets. I will admit I have to keep a sharp scissors, I have two Ginger embroidery scissors but I am going to take your advice and order one of those Davos after I sign off here. I do lots of handwork and can’t find a decent scissor sharpener so I go thru lots of blades. LOL.
    I can’t wait each week to see what is new in the mailbox, this is such great fun and I love your designs. I also did your Primitive Garden quilt when you first offered it. It is magnificent. Thanks.

  5. 6 Bari Jo Moore
    July 1, 2010 at 4:12 am

    Hi there! I was wondering where to find the freebie basket block patterns – are they posted on the website or the blog? I couldn’t quite seem to locate them and thought I would ask. Do you do kits for these also available for purchase? Love your site and books and wool! Service is great! Wish I lived in your town so I could come take classes! :O) Bari (ps thanks for the whoopie pie recipe! A friend raves about them – she had them from an Amish friend growing up and now I get to surprise her with some! yay!

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