Monday, 19 January 2015

Shallow snow.

Hello...
Is there anybody there??????
It's me and my bird quilt here.
Or my bird quilt and I.
Yes we are still plodding along together ,but if there isn't completion soon I think one of us will jump out the window. And although there is snow on the ground I think the landing will be fatal.

I will bombard you with pictures now. And all I have to say is that it will be finished by the end of the week.
And then I will like it.

















Before I go, thank you Pamela for the gorgeous Liberty fabric and the little bell. You are so kind and generous. One in a million really, xxx

I will be back on Friday with a picture of the finished quilt.
Or an outline of me lying face down in some shallow snow.

10 comments:

  1. great to see you blogging again, although I dont know where you find the time. The quilt is just beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Alison. I like the quilt but am not totally satisfied with it. Probably because I spent long periods not doing much on it. Hope you are well. X

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  2. great to see you again, missed your blogs! Though like crazydazy above I am sure you are very busy. Your little birds are lovely, was wondering where you were at with them!. Hope you don't lie down in the snow as I don't want enough snow to make that at all comfortable.

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    1. I think the more snow the better. ⛄️

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  3. Go ahead and jump as long as its not yellow snow! See the branches did you sew along both sides and are the spots Suffolk puffs the quilt is wonderful by the way

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  4. Thank you for your comments and your encouragement to jump out the window Pamela. I made the circles by sewing tiny stitches around a circle and then placing a cardboard circle slightly smaller in the middle. Then pulling the thread tight over the cardboard. I don't know if this explains it very well Pamela.

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  5. Gorgeous colours, beautiful needlework! Wonderful to see your quilt coming to life!

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  6. Hi Angela, I found you via the Modern Quilters Quild of Ireland map!! I'm in Belfast, so just waving hello to another local quilter. Your work is stunning! Jxo

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    1. Hi Judith, I have visited your blog many times. I am in awe of how productive you are and your fabulous bee blessed work. Thanks for saying hello

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