Monday, 7 January 2013

while we wait...


I did rose star blocks 29 and 30 (sorry bad lighting in the pics):




I admired the growing pile of blocks and their little in between friends:


I made a Bee block for the lovely Christiane (the triangles aren't sewn together because she may mix them up):



We made more cardboard creations over the weekend - this is a space station, being pulled by a moon buggy:



And I have been stroking the lovely Amy Butler fabric I got last week to use as backing, in the sale from ChristaQuilts. Ordered after Christmas and only $10 international shipping - bloomin fast!




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16 comments:

  1. I love that AB print you have there, do you have plans for it or are you willing to give it away for flattery? :)

    P.s. you look very attractive today...I have space in my stash for more fabric! (Ok, I lie, I really don't have any more space!)

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  2. I love your latest RS blocks and cardboard creations!

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  3. There are loads of good stuff to do here..... Google Canon Creative Park....lots of paper crafts for kids and adults too..... The only thing I miss about work.... Is the colour printer!

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  4. Love your latest EPP and that Moon buggy is ace!

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  5. Loving the rose star blocks. Hope you are keeping well x

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  6. Those rose star blocks are just gorgeous! Loving the cardboard creations, too. Looks like you are much more creative with them than my lame robots! Hope your waiting goes by quickly (and painlessly)!

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  7. Still sewing beautiful rose stars as a lady awaiting. Di x

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  8. Thanks for the Bee blocks, they look fantastic. I love your fabrics and can't wait to add them to my collection. I love your rose blocks, just gorgeous.

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  9. Love the bee blocks! And more Rose Stars! A real lady in waiting.....rest up! It can't be long now!

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  10. The rose stars are lovely, cardboard creations are wonderful, my grandson plays in the same cardboard box ( car, plane, boat, spaceship ) that his dad did.

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  11. You need some serious TV time - enjoy the last of the 'quiet' time'!

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  12. Ha, I have a pile of boxes I could have contributed to your creations... then again, you might have ended up with a life-size space station ;o)

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  13. Hahaha the little friends...these are going to be awesome when finished and all together!

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  14. oh, I was looking at that very AB fabric

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  15. oh, those rose stars. i'll never grow tired of them!

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