I've just signed up for Friday Night with Friends over at Cheryll's lovely blog, Gone Stitching. It would be wonderful if you signed up too, so we can spend the evening stitching together, just pop over HERE.
I'll also be linking up with fabulous Kaye at Kitten Stitching, for The Friday Frolics.
The other event I can actually play along with this month is OPAM
with lovely Peg and sweet Kris. I've not had any finishes over the last couple of months but in September I finished
two of Keryn's little nodders.
Such a lovely mini.
If you like it too please visit Ramona at The Stitching Scientist. Just follow this LINK for the instructions and a fabulous tutorial. Enormous thanks to Remona for sharing it with us.
I'm off to help set up for NOTYQ's Quilt Exhibition this weekend
I've started yet another project...naughty me...so I've now got three long term projects on the go. I just couldn't miss this one.
It is organised by Angie at Gnome Angel, so you can read more HERE. A lot of it is happening on Facebook so you can also read about it HERE. I don't know if Angie expected it to get this big, there are over 3,600 from all over the world playing along + I bet there are many more who don't 'do' Facebook.
These are my versions of Block 12 Becky
I'm planning on two versions of this quilt. One will be in Tilda fabrics and hopefully will be queen size. The other will be smaller, scrappy...using only fabrics from my stash and incorporating the blocks I made from the Farmers Wife 1920's book - there might be a bit of a strawberry theme as I have quite a few fabrics with strawberries. I'm planning on foundation piecing all the blocks. I've only made one foundation pieced mini so I'm hoping my foundation piecing skills will improve.
My other two long term projects are my Di Ford quilt...all hand pieced and Rosie Dekker's Flowerville...stitcheries and machine pieced dresden plates. So a pretty good balance of projects especially when combined with the gifts I'm making for friends and for swaps. All this stitching makes me really happy.
This is a fabulous project
Pop on over HERE to Rae Gun Ramblings. Many many thanks to Marrisa for sharing her fabulous creativity with us.
Yesterday was a lovely warm Spring day in Melbourne so I thought I'd take the opportunity to give the dogs a bath. I bathed them and dried them off inside then thought a little lie in the sunshine would be nice to warm them up. Everyone was very good except Max.
This was a clean blue cushion that little Bella likes to lie on and look down the steps to the road. Not after Max had finished
Such a naughty boy. He thought he was very clever to find a dirt patch to roll in, all it meant was bath number two for Maxie.
I think a set of these would make fabulous Christmas presents.
I've been an on-line Scquilter for over 10 years but only recently joined the Carrum Downs Scquilters Group. They are fabulous and I plan to try to attend every get together. Here's what I stitched for one of the members, Deidre who recently married.
Everyone is stitching a six inch block. I chose these sweet little loving budgies as there were a few other blocks with birds. Here are some of the others' blocks
I'm off for the day with Christine, to do some shopping for this weekend's NOTYQ Quilt Exhibition. Hope, if you are in Melbourne or its surrounds, you will join us, at the show..should be enormous fun.
How cute is this little Cross Stitch Toadstool Cushion?
I think it is so cute it has gone on my Make It for Christmas List. If you would like to make one too please pop over to visit Crafts Beautiful and find this PAGE. Many thanks to everyone involved.