Wednesday, 1 August 2012

You're on fire, Brennan!


A fresh sewing day...

After the 3 months of blah and exhaustion I got my butt in gear this month and managed to get a lot done, finished and caught up with (?!). I even had to make separate mosaics because it looked all weird and squashy together!

 Shattered Stained Navy, Rose Star blocks, Postcards from Paris cushion, ET turn the volume up cushion front, I-Spy baby quilt.



Homage to The Lorax, Embroidery thread bag, Baby bag, wiggly bags, pincushion, Pinky and the tadpole, embroidery thread bag (as before), zip pouches.



As for my work in progress... I'm trying to concentrate on getting the baby quilt made for my friend before she pops, she's due any day now! I want to finish up the ET cushion, work on the retro flowers and do some more embroidery because it's too much fun :) I just bought a couple of great patterns from these fine folk: The Floss Box and Follow The White Bunny.

I also received my gorgeous Stash Stack Club fabrics from Pink Castle Fabrics and am trying hard not to dive right in!! I have no project in mind but they sure are lovely! Don't you just want to join? Next month is grey Navy (doh!!),  still lush!

Tempting picture from Pink Castle Fabrics!!

Linking up to:

Lily's Quilts

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced



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40 comments:

  1. You are on fire Ms Lucy! As usual, I LOVE it all. Think my fave is still your Shattered Stained Navy though. Gor-jus! x

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  2. Wow - what a month Lucy, fabulous stuff there.

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  3. Seriously productive month there, love all the makes, but I think my favourites are the hoop and the thread case

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  4. My wordy! what a month, enjoy it now because once that baby arrives...
    Well done, some awesome makes lady!

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  5. You really are on fire!! Gorgeous stuff and now I am all excited about getting my stash stack bundle from the In-laws :)x

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  6. How impressive! The Stash Stack fabrics would make pretty baby quilt!

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  7. You have been busy!
    The stained glass quilt is gorgeous and I love the I Spy quilt!
    The blocks for the QaL are all lovely too.
    And I adore the embroidered tree!

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  8. wow!!! A productive month indeed!!! lovely projects all around, Lucy! =)

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  9. Wow Lucy! Do you even sleep? Look at all those blocks and how in the world do you get so much embroidery done? Well done, Lucy!

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  10. An amazingly productive month Lucy! I can`t help thinking that your stained quilt would be a lovely twin to my stained quilt top which I have to get on with for my hubby. Great stuff as ever.

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  11. My goodness, Lucy! Your little butt was in high gear this month! So many beautiful projects, and that stack from Brenda is gorgeous!

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  12. WOW! Girl done super good this month! Loving your postcards pillow, its so fab!

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  13. I think your fire migrated - I'm burning too:-)

    My God its a good feeling!!!

    Great mosaics, Lucy with great and lovely projects:-)

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  14. You are on fire! I'm loving all of the eye candy you give us each day. Keep stitching!

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  15. Way to go Lucy! Everything looks wonderful!

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  16. WOW, you go girl! Everything looks wonderful!

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  17. Remarkable! You are my quilting hero!!

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  18. Oh my - there must have been more days in your month than mine! Impressive - all of it, congrats on a blazing July.

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  19. Wow, on fire is right! I should light a match under my bottom and get something accomplished!

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  20. Such a busy lady you've been!!! Wow, I love all of your projects.

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  21. Wow you definitely are on fire! What a busy month you have had!!

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  22. Oh my gosh you did get a lot done and it all looks wonderful!

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  23. I can't believe you find the time being pregnant and with two little ones around! I suspect you may have some little elves who come out at night at your house!!

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  24. oh my word you have been productive!!! well done and what a lot of beautiful makes I don't know where to begin! x

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  25. Wow, you are getting a lot of beautiful projects done! Your blocks are gorgeous!

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  26. thanks for stopping by my blog! Wow, you've got a lot done this month and everything is beautiful! I am digging those FQ's you got from the Stash Stack Club, I so want to join, but I don't think I'm allowed anymore fabric right now!

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  27. Wow you really weren't kidding around! That is a load of progress there! Well done on getting so much finished! I guess you'll be challenging yourself again this month too =D

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  28. super productive month! looks fabulous! I think navy is the next for the stash builders? could be wrong though! either way, i'm hooked too arent they great!

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  29. Woo Hoo! That is a massive amount of sewing done in a month. Congrats! Di x

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  30. Wow - great month! Love those blocks... love everything... including the new blog look! When did that happen? Where have I been? :-)

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  31. Definitely on fire! I love your projects. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday!

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  32. Blimey, I don't think I manage that much in a year!! Now, go and put your feet up!

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  33. Wow what lovely makes.
    I just found your blog through a mention on Moira's (kettleboiler).
    Now I am your happy newest Follower. Off to browse all your other lovely creations.
    xxxx

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  34. You ARE on fire! Sizzle sizzle! I can't keep up with your posts you are so quick! Like The Flash, but with a sewing machine!

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  35. I love the I Spy Baby quilt and the Lorax embroidery.

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  36. Wow, you are on fire, and all so lovely!

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  37. Fan-bloody-tastic Lucy! Particularly loving your stitchery!

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  38. Wow, how many needles have you gone through sewing that fast????

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