Crooked Brook Embroidery Blocks Giveaway! — 16 Comments

  1. I have never done an embroidered block. I would love to learn how to do them and to add them to a quilt. I have only been quilting for about a year and there is still so much to learn. I love it. I love all the different techniques to learn.

    Thank you

  2. It has been along time since I embroidred, but I just found out my son is having their first child, so of course Grandma has to make a quilt and these blocks would be super in a baby quilt. Thanks

  3. I have always admired red work and wanted to do a quilt. I would make these squares into a pillow or if possible use them as a start for the quilt I always wanted to make

  4. I love this redwork. I would make these into a small wallhanging for a little niece of mine.

  5. It is so neat to see these done! I would love to have them for my granddaughters. Since I have such bad arthritis in my hands i can’t do as much needle work as I use to. This would be a neat alternative! I think putting them together as you did is a good idea.

  6. I would make a padded story book for my grandson. Thanks for the opportunity to win a fun project!

  7. I just redecorated my bathroom in 1930’s. The Red Riding Hood Re-print was my inspiration! I would use them as a wallhanging in the bathroom close to the Red Ridinghood print!
    thanks and love your site!

  8. I am reading/storytelling with my granddaughters when they come over. Well, not so much reading as they are storytelling. Most of the time, they prefer their own version, so the story gets a new twist. We do this in my “grandma cave” (quilt rooms), and they lay out a quilt from my stash as they rewrite the old nursery rhymes/childrens’ stories. So far, I haven’t been brave enough to sew together their creations, but with the story blocks…..I can see beautiful things come together! These blocks are inspirational!

  9. I would incorporate them in my new granddaughter’s (due in August) quilt.

  10. I would make them into a story book for my 1 year old granddaughter to read and love.

  11. “Aren’t those cute!! I think they’d make a lovely dresser runner for my 18mo granddaughter!

  12. I would make place mats with a twist. A twisted sq in sq and use yo~yo’s around the outside nice and brite for summer fun

  13. the blocks are beautiful!! it would be an honor to have them and incorporate them into a wall quilt!! i’ve never had that opportunity before, so would love to give it a try.

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