Sunday, September 21, 2014

Friday Night Sew In....

This week I got a lovely pattern from Susan in the post.... I do have a soft spot for Anni Down's patterns and this will be traced up to start this year....

Thanks Susan... I hope you like the trade of red fabric I sent off....


Friday was exhausting with getting ready for the Creative Fields  exhibition .... here we are having put up the stands only to discover some dufus has hung the curtains wrong .... so somebody had to go up a ladder, undo nuts and bolts, take out the wrong curtain, put it back right way round, do up nuts and bolts and go down the ladder again...

I'll leave you to work out which was the dufus and which wasn't the climber of ladders


once that was done we started with the quilts... here is darling Kris taking care of one of mine... this is Chloe's (one of my grandiegirls) - which I have now bound and so it can count as an OPAM finish....


My feet were very tired and sore when I got home.... but I did put the last finishing touches on these spots...


... and stitched the sun rays for this Anni Downs project I am doing....


... and also cut up some teddy body parts ready for applique....


Thanks Wendy for having all of us..... anybody can join and we sew together every month

Yesterday I wrapped up a parcel in this fun spotty paper......


Righto, Gotto Go...... my hand sewing list seems to have grown and I have a book to listen to while I sew....



28 comments:

  1. great pattern..
    your quilt looks gorgeous!
    your sneak peek looks very interesting.
    am looking forward to all your projects coming together.
    now what's in those spotty packages?

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  2. Your GD's quilt looks wonderful.
    And of course you had to rescue the "dufas"...that's what WoMeN do! :)

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  3. So much going on!
    Lucky you could put your feet up and enjoy your Friday night :)

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  4. loved reading your post :) I love it when I see Tilda fabric - I really must do something with mine :)

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  5. Hope you enjoy your new pattern. Think of the ladder climbing as exercise! I do love Anni's older style stitcheries, very pretty.

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  6. Your quilt looks beautiful hanging on display. Sounds like you have been going all day, nothing like relaxing at night and working on a project.

    Debbie

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  7. Looks like you got heaps done for FNSI, well done. Love the pattern you were sent.

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  8. Lots going on at yourr place Bubz....you had a good night

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  9. What a darling pattern! Yikes on the curtains, lol...wouldn't catch me on a ladder....wouldn't stay there very long without falling right off. Your quilt is GORGEOUS.

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  10. You have had a busy few days - hope the exhibition goes well!

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  11. I too have a soft spot for Anni's patterns.....a great idea of Susan's to trade off!

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  12. Hi Fiona i love your new pattern and lol i dont know whether you were the dufus or the one climbing the lady or where you both,lol.Love all your stitchery work ,boy you sure have been busy Fiona,hope you had a lovely weekend my friend.xx

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  13. Nice new project for you to stitch.
    You have been keep busy.
    Nice dotty gift going to a lucky lady....

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  14. Phew you have been busy! Love your grand daughters quilt, and looks like you have some more cute stitcheries nearly done.

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  15. Love your grand daughters quilt - I think that deserves a ribbon.

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  16. You are always so busy with a variety of activities. Enjoy your sewing and listening to your book. I too enjoy listening to a good read while I sew.

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  17. Susan was right. That festive season pattern is so much your style. I hope we will get to see more pictures from the exhibition. Please?

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  18. You were busy Fiona. Don't like climbing ladders much either. Love the pattern, will make a gorgeous runner. hugs.....

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  19. Hope the exhibition is going well, your granddaughter's quilt is lovely - those colours are gorgeous! Good to see what you are working on :-)

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  20. How annoying having the curtains wrong. Chloe's quilt looks wonderful, Fiona. Lovely stitching.

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  21. Wow you have been so busy. Hope you all had fun at the quilt show.

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  22. I can well understand you would have been tired & sore - you did well to still sew. Looking forward to your teddy..you can already see the dimensin.

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  23. It does sound like a busy time, your grandiegirls quilt is gorgeous though. Lovely little glimpses of the projects you're working on. xx

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  24. how did the exhibition go? The quilt is gorgeous, i bet it got a lot of attention. So many stitchy and applique projects on the go, I look forward to seeing them progress

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  25. Damn those curtains and ladders, but well done on setting up the exhibit!
    Lovely to see your quilt there.
    Looks like some gorgeous stitching going on there!
    Lots of spots.
    Hmmm.... Run, Spot, run!

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  26. That quilt looks fantastic hanging there, and more wonderful stitching

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  27. Love Anni's designs too Fiona. Your quilt looks gorgeous hanging. Ooh those parcels look so very yummy

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  28. Hi Fiona. I love the look of your Christmas pattern. Seems like you had a very productive FNSI. Cheers, Tracy.

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