siggy block invasion.

14 April 2010

siggy block invasion.

consider this my distress signal.

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32 comments:

Rene' said...

On the one hand, I would love to see all these piles of blocks...on the other hand...I don't know how you are doing it!!! Thanks so much. Can't wait to get mine! These stacks look yummy.

Susan said...

Beautiful! Remember a little chocolate makes any situation better:)

quiltcetera said...

I sure hope you have a plan my friend! Boy, do they ever look good though, these are going to be super awesome quilts!!

sophie said...

Wow! I've been there, done that. You can do it. Just don't let yourself get distracted along the way ;-)

ktquilts said...

Praying for you, and willing to send chocolate! I am being patient so don't stress out! Do what is most important, stress free baby growing!!!!
Blessings,

KT

Denise :) said...

LOL! If I lived closer, I'd sure offer my services! :)

Jen said...

Wow, that's a lot. I hope you do this again but with some help next time since I missed the boat this time. Lesson learned!!!

jaybird said...

i can't spot mine... did they arrive? ;-)

Freda said...

Talk about buried in work...Here's a good work pattern though. It only requires chocolate and your blocks.
1. Fill one envelope for one person.
2. Eat some chocolate.
3. Repeat inserting naps as needed.

jenimelinda said...

Woah. Good luck!!!

teresamnj said...

Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry! If I could, I would help you. Hugs.
http://countrycabinthoughtsandcrafts.blogspot.com/

Jen of ReannaLily Designs said...

woah- that's a great picture. and might I add- oh my goodness!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Oh so pretty! And mine are right in front! I'm in no hurry to get mine back, but I'm sure excited to see them! Take your time and the above advice about eating chocolate and taking naps!

MGM

Kaye Prince said...

I'd be right there with you helping you sort these out if I could Rachel! I also believe chocolate (or sour candy?) might just be the answer!

Tracey J said...

Oh my goodness!

I was wondering what this sight would be... and I'm so glad you took a picture of it!

Good luck Rachel

Thimbleanna said...

Hahaha! That's a beautiful picture!!!

Barb in Mi said...

Holy cow! No kidding, it is an invasion. Do they multiply at night? ;)

tiffanie said...

cool picture! ok, i'm an outsider... what are these for? :)

Jennifer said...

I am so pumped to put it together! 30 more days of school down here in Ohio! Woo-hoo!

Chocolate - sour candy - a root beer float . . . all good stress busters!

You are so cool to organize all of this!

Hey Barb - if they multiple at night . . . I'm sending some arches from my double wedding ring to Rachel. Multiply them, triplify them! :)

Laurel H. said...

O, Rachel; I sure wish some of us were there to give you a hand with this...

ange said...

Now that's a LOT of quilt blocks ! Wish I were closer to help out...can't wait to work on them :)

Kenton and Marianne Ogg said...

Add me to the last of the list too, I'm in the middle of a home makeover and would hate to get these just to box them up for a bit! Don't stress Rach, we're all patient and wish we could help!

Miss Nancy said...

Whoa!! Blocks as far as the eye can see. Wishing you the best. I missed the start of this but am looking forward to seeing the outcome.

Have a great day.

The Quilt Shoppe said...

Wow! Gorgeous blocks :) Can't wait to put mine together!

Lani

carol said...

There is no better word than, AWESOME! What a cool, cool, picture!!

Vickie E said...

that's quite something. 10000...dang wish I could help you...headed out of town tis weekend and also to an unplanned funeral ( are they ever planned? that was a dumb thingto say)

Anina said...

Wow! How can I help?

Anonymous said...

Rachel - I've emailed you! ♥

Cathy in Toledo

Jocelynilla said...

Looks awesome, Rachel! :)

Jaime said...

Wow, wow, wow. You're amazing. So thanks for letting me "steal" your pictures. I blogged all about you and your crafty cleverness!
http://thequiltingqueenbee.blogspot.com/

P.S. I'm in love with the song on your blog. Sometimes I turn it up really loud to drown out my screaming children and enjoy a moment of peace. ;)

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Wow- what an awesome amount of blocks!!

Lukayna said...

Whatever you do, Rachel, don't feed those blocks after midnight.

You'll never get rid of them and they're wreak unimaginable havoc on your house!

The picture is lovely and I can't wait to get my set...but they can certainly wait for chocolate and Paula Deen breaks, as well however many naps that baby needs!

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