Wednesday, August 17, 2011

A Third Done!

I just finished up block 3 of Village of Hawk Run today, so now I'm 1/3 done with it. This block is definitely one of my favorites!

Village of Hawk Run Hollow Block 3
40 ct. Vintage Sand Dune, NPI silks (1 over 2).

The kids started school yesterday and are adjusting well. I'm so proud at how well Matthew did in his first day of kindergarten. My babies are all growing up!! :)

42 comments:

  1. I bet you'll have this one finished in no time now that the kiddies are in school! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Great progress! This block looks terrific!

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  3. I've never stitched a Hawk Run but when I see these individual blocks, I need to go back and rethink. This is so nice.

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  4. Beautiful, Nicole! Hope Matthew continues to enjoy kindergarten!

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  5. Yay for Matthew!! Your boys are so adorable - love the pics you share on FB.

    Beautiful block - your stitching is always gorgeous to view.

    Tanya

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  6. Nice project, Nicole!
    My kids picked up their school schedules today - the last one is starting high school. Can't believe how fast the years fly by!

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  7. That's a lot of stitching on that block but it does look great.
    See you're into Janet Evanovich too - are you looking forward to the movie?
    Mary

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  8. Yes that block is a definate winner. Beautiful stitching. I'm so excited as my first HRH patterns arrived today! I cannot wait to get stitching.

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  9. Love Hawks Run, just beautiful. Glad you baby enjoyed his first day of Kindy.
    LiBBiE in Oz

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  10. Beautiful block and beautiful stitching. Glad that Matthew enjoys Kindergarden.

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  11. ohh lovely :) well at least you have something to keep you busy now you haven't got any one to play with during the day ..lol... hope the wee one continues to enjoy school :) love mouse xxx

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  12. Beautifully done! Yay for Matthew :)

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  13. Nice. Can't wait to see more blocks!

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  14. Yay! One-third of the way through. It's beautifully done. Always liked this block with its little flag and men on horseback.

    Good news about Matthew! I hope he is still enjoying it.

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  15. Congratulations on the finish, Nicole! It looks great. That block took me FOREVER. I can't wait to see what you churn out now that the kids are all in school!

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  16. This design is on my list of must-haves! It's gorgeous! I feel a road trip to my local stitching store! Thank you for sharing!

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  17. You are coming right along on the Village! Beautiful work!

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  18. This is a beautiful block, congrats on being a third of the way through the design!

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  19. I agree this is a beautiful block!Happy Stitching
    Denise

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  20. Where to start! I love the progress on Milicent, it's such a lovely design.

    I really enjoy seeing all the great charts you have kitted up, I am now suffering from stash envy!

    Great finish on this block of VoHRH.

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  21. Wow, all the boys are at school ;-). It's actually really a huge transition!!!! Gorgeous VoHRH, love it.

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  22. Очень красиво! Браво!

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  23. He can't be in kindergarten! I remember when you were (thinking about getting) pregnant with him! Of course, my blog is eight in a week--yours must be about that too.

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  24. Everytime I see you finish a Hawk Run block, I want to order a pattern to start! Love it!

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  25. It is nice, but I'll bet you say that to all the blocks... Oh, you're my favorite. Yes, you're my favorite! Come on now...tell the truth! Just teasin' You know I love them all!

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  26. Beautiful finish on that block. I love the blue in the house!!

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  27. Looks great! Wow, the little guy is in kindergarten already? he is growing up quick!

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  28. Awesome block, Nicole! Glad Matthew enjoyed his kindergarten experience!

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  29. Congrats, Mom. Don't be sad -- you'll have years and years of your little angels to entertain (and **occasionally** frustrate) you.

    You HR is stunning. I do so love those little goldfiches on the roof!

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  30. This is going to be a beauty!! You're doing a wonderful job! :)

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  31. Greetings from the Amish community of Lebanon,Pa.And watch-out folks for Irene if you live in the east coast. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  32. The block looks great! Glad first day went well.

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  33. These seem to be lovely to stitch, you are really moving along. an

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  34. Wow! I can't believe that Matthew is in kindergarten already - I still remember when you were pregnant with him (that's when I first started following your blogging!)

    You're making great progress on VoHRH! You'll be finished this in no time!!

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