Thursday, September 6, 2012

Amazing Week long post make coffee

My week has been wonderful and I need to share it with all of you my Friends

Friday  I was featured on Friday Friends over at Blue Mountain Daisy  a first. Lots of fun thank you Rachael!

Saturday  2 quilts finished for Windsor Community Quilters.  Both quilts were started by others and I rescued the blocks and incomplete top making comfy quilts.

The garden furniture quilt has pleased the maker of the blocks. I'm happy Fredia's happy.

A partially completed top from an unknown quilter. I button holed the row of applique on the right and added side and top borders. Nice to collaborate with a kindred spirit.

Sunday a special kind of shopping

Trunk Shopping  a variation on shopping your stash. The trunk arrived in Australia 2 months after DH and I did holding all our worldly possessions.

A few samples to audition

Try again

Ah! more pop!

Sides cut and ready for assembling on Tuesday.

I'm getting tired and it isn't even Monday.

Monday no photos I took the camera to quilting to take pictures but had so much fun teaching some basic felting (for 5 hours) that i forgot to snap everyone having fun. Great night of skill sharing what a buzz.

Tuesday was Community quilts and some of us worked on tops using Dorthy's scrap strips.

The lay out of the greens was a completed top by mid afternoon.  I stitched on all the edges and started on putting the rows together.

Wednesday featured some unpicking of a different type

Stitches removed and skin cancer all gone. To celebrate I stopped at Hobbysew

Eye candy is NOT fattening. Besides I have used 5 1/2 meters of fabric from the stash since Saturday and I only bought 6 20cm pieces.    More celebrating DH and I went to the local Thai restaurant with a bottle of bubbly to toast the SALE of the two story house. Yeah!! the no more stairs journey is complete after 8 months.

Thursday  to be continued.......



DH's jeans are never short enough 29" inseam. This pair went real well. phew!!

The corded neckpiece and a how to make felt sample are the sort of things we made on Monday.

Mt quilt top made from Dorthy's scrap bin is stitched together.

A little bit of progress on the circle block while waiting at the doctors'

Where Next?


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Wow Terry what a full! So good to hear than the 'unpicking' all went very well...Keep celebrating!

Loopylou said...

Great news, you're definitely celebrating in style

Rachaeldaisy said...

Wow, you are having lots of fabric fun these days!! And creating lots of beautiful work!! Keep it up and keep sharing it with us!

Rachaeldaisy said...

And wonderful news about the house!! Congratulations!!

Vireya said...

Wow, you have been busy!

I really like those strippy scrap quilts.

Nat Palaskas said...

Great post Terry, happy to hear all is clear for the skin too. Congrats on the house sale - comment from Bangkok!