Birdie Stitches Block #10

You may also like...

25 Responses

  1. kaholly says:

    This is just as sweet as can be!! How do you do it, with little ones to care for?

  2. Judith1005 says:

    i’m in love. this is my favorite block yet. thank you corey for another cute block.

  3. Jill S says:

    I really like this block! Very Cute! I only found this BOM 2 months a go; but am almost caught up…they are turning out so cute!

  4. Brandie says:

    LOVE! I got up early for my garage sale this morning and luckily it was slow enough for me to get in here and look at Octobers block! Thanks for another great one! 🙂

  5. HollyS says:

    thank you for sharing your birdie stitches pattern. I love all your pillows. you have a real talent for putting fabrics together that look awesome! thanks for sharing! Holly

  6. Mary says:

    Love it. I will even put the spiders on it!!
    Thanks
    Mary
    ps are you doing a BOM for next year with embroidery?

  7. Susan says:

    I love spiders! They eat the other bugs. =) I love this block, too. Thanks!

  8. Joan says:

    Thank you for another lovely block. You are so creative. I’m always anxious to see what is coming next.

  9. Jody says:

    How cute!! Those spiders are “cute as a bug”- got to love ’em. 🙂

  10. Jody says:

    P.S.-I REALLY like Mary’s idea of you doing this next year!!! This has been lots of fun!! 🙂

  11. sarah says:

    thank you for this very special b o m….so october is a birthday month for you too? our boys were born on the 6th and the 8th(one year apart!)..grand children are the 14th and 24th(twins) and one anniversary on the 3rd…

  12. Corey, thanks so much for sharing this darling block! I’ve loved them all, but this one is a favorite w/ those cute little pumpkins 🙂
    Yes, those little ones grow up when you’re not looking! Just savor every stage, every minute, every word b/c before you know it, you’re packing them off to college!

  13. Sarah@SewMe says:

    Lovely block – thanks for keeping us all happy in our stitching!

  14. chris says:

    Ha I can’t believe its Block 10 either I only found you at Block 9. Love your design though. Thanks for sharing. Happy Stitching. Chrisb.

  15. Kris says:

    Love this BOM, love this block, will even stitch the spiders as my son says “You have to , Mom!!”…thanks for taking the time to give us all this wonderful gift!

  16. Jody D says:

    Oh another darling block! I found this BOM in April and last night finished my September block, so I’m finally caught up with you – such fun!

  17. Kathy h says:

    Thank you for another cute block. I am actually keeping up with your BOM. I love the little birdies.

  18. Xandi says:

    So cute! My second favorite so far.

  19. Zina says:

    I love this month’s block! I’m way behind and still stitching July fireworks, but I will catch up. I promise!

  20. Debi Schweikert says:

    I’ve always heard that a little spider embroidered or sewn into your work brings good luck. So, there ya go!

  21. wendiq says:

    Another winner! Fortunately, I am keeping up with these darling blocks. Thanks, again……

  22. The pumpkins are GREAT! I’m still working on September, but I am really looking forward to October’s block. I’m not sure if the spiders will stay…

  23. Gladys says:

    Ohhh!
    I am equal to you!
    Fully arachnophobic!
    Thank you for allowing us not embroider! Hahaha!
    Thank you very much for sharing with us every block!
    I enjoy embroidering your designs!
    A hug!

  24. Jeanie says:

    This project has been so much fun. I am making it for my daughter who is due in seven days with a little girl. My grandson helps make the templates and everyone has made a stitch or two to have their work part of the quilt. What a very talented lady you are and thank you for sharing your patterns. We kept the quilt a secret for so long but then we couldn’t stand it anymore because they were so cute we had to show my daughter the surprise.

  25. Sherry says:

    Love the new block. I just realized that I had not started my October block yet, I don’t know where the time goes. I will have to get right to it.