31 December 2010
20 February 2010
01 January 2010
If you didn't finish and still want to continue on in 2010.. and it is SO WORTH doing believe me.. then come on over to my forum topic. I have people starting today.. you can just start on the last day you need to do and continue forward.. it's ok!
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Here is my quilt and Happy New Year from Pat Sloan!!!
(I'm running a giveaway today and another starting Jan 2.. come visit!)
30 December 2009
23 December 2009
Now I can happily present my own November and December ... nothing like doing two months in one but done they are. I was determined to finish before the end of the year.
The last four months still require their names to be embroidered so that may or may not happen before December 31 but I'm OK with that.
Ta-Da .... the year of 2009 ... one strip for each day. I'm still amazed that I made it!
Now for sashings, borders and so on ... but that's for 2010.
Merry Christmas to all.
15 December 2009
Have collected few fabrics stash with large and gordie floral designs and I arranged them for November.
Definitely this one is for December.... even though had not much christmassy fabrics, but somehow it looks merrier blend together.
So all done! Yeah!!!!!!
11 December 2009
10 December 2009
07 December 2009
I was not true to myself for neglecting this challenge for a long time. But not forgetting to collect some strips from my stash. All 8 pieces had been sewn and have 4 more to complete the whole year.....now I am off for the rest......
29 November 2009
03 November 2009
30 October 2009
29 October 2009
All the fabrics are compliments of a lovely friend who was having a spring clean of her fabric bits and pieces.
I'd like to embroider all the family birthdates etc, so that might be my challenge for 2010.
04 October 2009
So I am pleasantly surprised to present the month of September. A number of these were fat 1/4's I received as part of a Birthday Swap ... some from my daughter for Xmas, Birthday and Mother's Day ... one as a prize ... and a few others.
I'm really enjoying the making of this quilt. How is everyone else coming along?
Thankyou Rachel for planting the seed.