There's something rather decadent about a lazy summer Sunday. A lay in, a slow start to the day, pottering along ... I did make 3 pints of passatta...
yesterday I got my August Brit Bee blocks finished for Sarah (Miss August) of Narcoleptic in the Cupboard
Sarah has said she will be sashing the blocks with black, so I wanted this cross block to float
and she's partial to curves too :)
I really enjoyed making these blocks, I started them before I went off to Festival, time to play a little catch up now :)
Today I pottered with a little quilting of my Hexi Park quilt, which again, was loaded up before I left for Festival
I'm really pleased with how it is going
particularly this curvy curly pattern
I've got plenty to keep me busy over the next couple of weeks
A lay in and a slow start. You so deserved that after last week. Loving the hexie quilting too!
Very impressive quilting.
Trudi, the blocks are fabulous! Thank you! Dont suppose you'd do my quilting too?!
Lovely blocks for Sarah, andthe quilting swirls are great
Oh those crosses are magnificant!
And those geese, those geese!
glenL and the quilting, oh, do you do anything BADLY?
I love the blocks for Sarah - the crosses are going to look great with black sashing, what a good idea! Your quilting is very impressive!
What a fabulous quilting design, and the colours of the quilt look lovely and fresh, just like a perfect summer day.
Your quilting is amazing! and so are Sarah's blocks - well done!
That quilting is stunning! Jxo
no change there then....
I really love those two blocks you made for Sarah!
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