Always curious, always seeking and enjoying challenges in quilting, embroidery, knitting and crochet.
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Small steps also gives finishes :-)
Christmas with Dear Jane - hmmm - has a good sound to it, don't you think ? :-)
I felt like working with a different colourway and my swap friend likes these too, so we'll keep at it for as long as we find it is fun.
In my head I see a small quilt, maybe with poinsettia applique or Log Cabin in red and green around the edge.
Where it will end, only time will know.
These 4 blocks I could cross off my November goal list - that was nice too :-)
See these 2 blocks, L 9 - Walter's Place, with different colours.
The red and green one leads my thoughts to poinsettias.
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Lovely blocks, Hanne......you know what I like ;-)ReplyDelete
Oh I like the red and green ones! I do think of poinsettias!ReplyDelete
Christmas With Dear Jane sounds like a cookbook... a yummy one! Your blocks look great!ReplyDelete
Great blocks. Like the name, too.ReplyDelete
I love the idea of a Christmas DJ!ReplyDelete
I do like the Christmas colors but are you actually making more than one DJ? I thought that was a once in a lifetime type project!ReplyDelete
I like the Christmas colors, too. The blocks don't look so daunting when you see them by ones and twos, do they? =)ReplyDelete
I just love the christmas DJ, I would almost start one myself, but did I understand right that it is all by hand?ReplyDelete
Deilig å se litt fra deg igjen, - og big stitch har alltid vært favoritt/ nøvendighet her :-)ReplyDelete
It is impossible to choose. I love both your choices of colour.ReplyDelete
How big are these blocks?
Aren't the Christmas ones a wonderful color combiniation, so crisp and cool, I can smell the snow in the air! Your work is beautiful, so precise.ReplyDelete
I like the colors and the block design!ReplyDelete
How different these look with the change in fabric. I bet those poinsettia blocks would look terrific with those. I know you are a whiz at those!ReplyDelete
beautiful blocks...hope November brings better news in regards to your waiting list etc...meanwhile-I like your November goals...ReplyDelete
I don't know which is the most pleasant. Making the blocks or thinking about the many settings they can be placed in.ReplyDelete