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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

"Grow your own "and some finished items for January.

Hello,

I have been enjoying the tennis and cricket on TV. Hasn't it been great. I just love that French commentator. I have managed to get a little sewing done in between.
The other day I got a lovely email from Nate and Annie asking if I would join in Grow Your Own
I had previously done this posting about the zucchinis and the recipes I made with them. If you are interested in growing and cooking this is a great site. Please do yourself a favour and visit the blog
This morning I unpicked all the quilting I had done on the table runner except for the three daisy's in the middle. I am glad I did spend the time undoing it because I wasn't pleased with the previous quilting. Now it is finished and ready for the label to be sewn on. I am joining in next months Friday Night Sew In and can't wait. It is a great way to get an extra project done each month.


Today I posted the Hexagon Bag to Chris. I had some material left over and made something else. The above photo is a sneak peek of it. There has to be some surprises Chris. I will show a photo next week when the parcel arrives.

Yesterday I found this little piece of teapot material so decided to make another Mug Holder Bag. Now I have to work on my "Row Block of the Month". I have found a lovely chook pattern and I am enjoying finding different coloured material for the chooks. I hope everyone is enjoying the last week of the school holidays.
Happy days.
Bev C



9 comments:

Maria said...

Seems we are two of a kind as I have also spent time unpicking quilting. It does look better now though.
Wow lots of projects done. On Ya!!
Well I am off tobed.I have gym at 7 if I get up.LOL

Mildred said...

Thanks for the blog link and I enjoyed seeing all the projects you are working on. That tea pot material is cute as can be!

Bobbie Lynn said...

Great projects Bev. Have a great time at your Friday sewing class. Sounds like fun.

Cybele's patch said...

The sunflower in your header always makes me happy. Such a bright colour.
Feel sorry for you for unpicking the quilting. But a girl has to do what a girl has to do. If you had left it you probably would have hated it for the rest of your life.

Vickie said...

gosh you have been busy.well done....and I can relate to the unpick for me it's the only way if I am not happy,cheers Vickie

Simone de Klerk said...

Lieve Bev ~ I see that I have not visited your blog way too long )O: My computer is finally fixed all the way, so that makes blogging easier again (O:
Some lovely projects came from your hands! Wonderful jobs!!!
Have a lovely weekend (O:

Tarnyia said...

Bev you have been very busy sewing cooking and blogging... and I see you are one of 8 kids ..wow.. were did Peter come in that line...

Núria said...

you have a beautiful job in your blog

greetings from Barcelona!!

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hi Bev...wow, you have been busy as usual...Unpicking, it's just one of those things we seem to have to do sometimes...I have seen around that it is sometimes called unsewing ha ha♥x