Thursday, 25 February 2010
The pattern is adapted from the one published by Braddie Sparrow on Moda Bake Shop
The mail lady has also brought me some new siggies but those will have to wait until we get back.
And I have cut out 2 triangles for my Dear Jane that I intend to sew during the holidays.
See you soon.
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
This morning I also found a siggy in my mail. This one came from Femija in Germany. I will send her one tomorrow.
Off to the sewing machine now as I am on a mission to finish a bag... Hopefully I'll be able to post pictures soon.
Monday, 22 February 2010
Top row from left, 1. L-13 Harvest Moon (my block), 2. E9 Quilt Jail by Dee Locke, 3. G4 Shutter Bug by Helen Kirby
Bottom row from left, 1. M5 Mother's Point by Alberta Price, 2. F6 Deanie's Daisy by Cheryl Camp (swap Mom), 3. L4 St George's Cross by Wenche Martinsen
Celine stuck at home with the snow.
Sunday, 21 February 2010
So without further ado, here is my completed hexie, ready to fly to Australia:
See you soon with more pictures.
Thank you ladies and thanks for your patience!
Saturday, 20 February 2010
Friday, 19 February 2010
I am finally off from work for a little while so today I did manage to pick up a needle for a short while to sew the snowwoman skirt. Baby Daughter helped me unpicking what I had done wrong so progress was slow.
Well I will have a think about what I feel like working on tonight and hopefully I'll be able to show you some pictures tomorrow.
Sunday, 14 February 2010
This week, I finally made a batch of siggy. I have received a number of blocks since the beginning of January but hadn't got around to print screen my centers until last Monday. All the blocks I made, I need to sign them and then they can be on their way to their new owners.
Monday, 8 February 2010
See you soon!
Sunday, 7 February 2010
I started my cushion on Saturday morning and managed to sew "one round" around the central block:
I still have 2 rounds to add and the corner triangles but none of these are quilted yet!
See you soon for hopefully more!