Saturday, January 11, 2014

The hills are alive......

..... with the sound of music....


last night at FNWF.... I finished off the meadow for my happy sheep..... her name is Julie....

thanks Cheryll for having us.... I only had a small glass of Hubz latest brew... a lager... so I could still sew properly....


I got some nice post in a set of patterns Marina was finding a home for..... thank you... this will be a fun project I think..... Marina sews beautifully and always finds adorable project to make...


... oh and my scrap bin spewed this week.....


I had a quick answer to Hubz' eyebrow look......


I also prepared these tags to go on top of the wallhanging I made last year .... 


... most of yesterday I spent quilting... and quilting...


what can you see?

This flower is from the Strelitzia plant.....  I love it...


Righto, Gotto Go.....

I need to finish off those tags on the Christmas hanging and make some binding for the quilting....

52 comments:

  1. Julie sure is sweet! Have fun finishing off the wall hanging . Hugs Sheila

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  2. You are always so busy...I love strelitzias too..but you cant beat that sheep!

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  3. So much in so little time! Fantastic!
    I love what I can see...

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  4. That sheep just radiates happiness! Is that your first ever sheep? I am stitching a kangaroo holding an umbrella...a definite first for me HAHA. xx debbie

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  5. Julie is just beautiful! You got quite a bit done Fiona. Well done.

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  6. Julie looks gorgeous on her hill top, I can picture her spinning around as the helicopter camera zooms in......orchestra music reaching a crescendo...
    enjoy the patterns, poor scrap bin has it been overindulging that it spewed everywhere?

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  7. I just love your sheep dancing in the meadow. Your stitching is so beautifull and neat.
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  8. I adore your joyous little sheep

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  9. I adore your joyous little sheep

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  10. I adore your joyous little sheep

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  11. I adore your joyous little sheep

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  12. Just love Julie the happy sheep. Hugs, xx.

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  13. Julie is just too cute! Love it!

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  14. What so I see?
    A turtle playing in a flower tree.

    Love the dancing sheep. Lucky Julie having her own pretty meadow to practice in.

    Enjoy the sewing.

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  15. lol no wonder that is a happy sheep,sounds like hubby's brew is good.Love the museum story,good one,lol,have a wonderful day my friend.xx

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  16. Julie looks very happy now that she has her gorgeous meadow to frolic in.
    Lovely stitching.
    Love the look of that wall hanging. Lovely blue fabric.
    And that quilting is looking wonderful. I love your feathers and swirls. I must try harder! I can see there is going to be a lot of work in this quilt with all the quilting your are doing in just this one spot.

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  17. That is such a fun piece and fun to sew with a group of ladies.

    Debbie

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  18. You are so talented....and I burst into song when I read your post name....

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  19. Of course it's Julie, what else would a singing sheep dancing on a hill be called? Unless it was Maria.....

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  20. Julie and her meadow are both adorable. You have to watch that home few, it makes the stitches crooked!

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  23. Love love your little sheep !!!!

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  24. You have been busy, and the sheep is just getting better and better

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  25. Just love your adorable dancing sheep, such a fun project. Great answer for hubz too lol

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  26. Love your Julie, she's so cute. You got a lot done last night. I think I need a beer as well!

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  27. You got such a lot done Fiona. Funny how our husbands get that look when fabric is involved. Hugs......

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  28. Gotta get that sheep pattern lol. It is so cute! Love the quilting and those new patterns look great too.

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  29. Julie...a very nice name for a happy sheep. So very cute! Beautiful quilting too.

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  30. Your happy sheep is just too cute! See you are keeping busy, as usual.

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  31. Julie looks much happier now. She is very cute. Definitely not a drought sheep like our daughter's - they dont have hills out there. Cute flowers too.

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  32. Cute sheep....you sure have keep busy.
    Love the Bird of Paradise.

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  33. You have been so buzy, how effective is Julie, just great, different, and the picture says it all!!

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  34. I love the happy sheep! So sweet. Your quilting is beautiful. I'm visiting from FNWF.

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  35. Those hills are certainly alive now with Julie...so cute!

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  36. gorgeous happy sheep! Just printed out a pattern for a paper pieced sheep, something so loveable about them! Love the quilting, cannot wait to see the "right" side!

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  37. Julie is so cute Fiona well done - and my gosh all that quilting is amazing... you could go into business! x

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  38. Love the happy sheep, makes me smile!!

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  39. Your dancing sheep is gorgeous and your quilting is amazing!! Clever you! xx

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  41. Julie the sheep looks like she could be singing "Girls just wanna have fun". It's a good omen to be finishing projects this early in the year.

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  42. Julie the sheep looks like she could be singing "Girls just wanna have fun". It's a good omen to be finishing projects this early in the year.

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  43. But where is the green sheep??????? Your happy sheep is beautiful ♥

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  44. Such a beautiful sheep too...I can just see you singing and swinging around the kitchen with hubbies lager.

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  46. What a productive time you've had! I love the sheep!

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  47. The flower is gorgeous! Julie made me smile, such a cute sheep!

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