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Sep 17, 2012

Water Pitcher Paper Piecing Block

Sep 17, 2012
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 I just finished paper piecing this water pitcher block.  L.O.V.E. Love!  I made it thinking I would frame it and hang it in my dining room to display along with my white water pitcher collection.
I even designed several water pitcher blocks for the dining room, mimicking the exact pitchers in my collection.  Can you see which one the block is based on?  I pieced the first block until it hit me.  What I was trying to paper piece for my dining room already exists in my master bedroom.  Gah!

(these prints available here on etsy)               (Hello Sunshine quilt shown below)
I've decided I can't have a water pitcher collection and water pitcher paper pieced blocks in my dining room AND framed water pitchers in my bedroom too.  Too much of a good thing does exist.

Now what should I do with this lovely block?

This block is now available as a pattern.  Click here for details! Pin It

6 comments:

  1. This lovely pitcher block can certainly feel at home at my house :)

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  2. I think an accent pillow for the bed would be lovely. :-)

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  3. Fabulous! So many tiny pieces. I vote for the throw pillow especially if there is a little chair in the bedroom. I'm in awe.

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  4. Wow. i have no idea how you can design that! It's pretty awesome. you might need some pitchers in your living room...how about a throw pillow?!

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  5. Love your collection! I agree - a throw pillow for the bed - you've got to tie it all together, right? And I know your husband would love another pillow on the bed! :)

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