Candied Pomegranate: Sneak Peek #1

Remember the pastel goodness I had shown you a few weeks ago?

I have made nine pomegranate blocks from the fabrics so far… giving the traditional green and red pomegranate blocks a whimsical and pastel twist!  Click here and here to read how I have prepped and stitched these blocks.

I am sewing the quilt top together today.  So I am going to run for now.  Have a sweet day, everyone!

23 thoughts on “Candied Pomegranate: Sneak Peek #1

  1. I’m a newbie and have enjoyed so much looking at your work. I love the pastel fabrics you’ve chosen for latest project. We’re having another grandchild, after seeing these fabrics I’m hoping for another girl! I’ve made each of the grandchildren a quilt so trying to decide what the next quilt will.

  2. Jusy lovely, can’t wait to see the finished quilt. May I ask – do you only sleep 2-4 hours a night how in the world do you get so many quilts done?

  3. oh! I’m having memories of picking ripe pomegranates from an orchard at my grandparents’ in Nevada and walking along barefoot on the dirt road, happily making a huge mess of myself as I enjoyed that delicious, hilarious fruit!

    • Change is going to happen no matter what. There sure is more than just one way of understanding this topic. Thanks for this epic article. It’s really great to see that you are still creating great articles after all these years. Do you think todays news will affect things in the coming years?

  4. OK you have convinced me, I’ve got a couple of favourite traditional applique patterns that have been calling me for a while, and I also have some new contemporary fat quarters that until now haven’t had a purpose – I think I might just put the two together…

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