Saturday, February 07, 2009

Noah and his animals


Never did I think I could keep up with a BOM as it was published – but I could :-)

If you like this stitchery, it is still available here, on Lynette Anderson’s site.

Thanks Lynette ! These blocks are so cute and it has been a pleasure working on them.

I will frame my blocks with different red fabrics, and I am looking forward to see how Lynette finish her quilt.


  1. I love it done up in redwork!

  2. I just love your ark stitcheries done in the redwork! I can't wait to see them all put together! :0)

  3. Thank you for the address to Noahs ark :)
    I have seen this several times and like it very much:)
    Yours are very nice :)

  4. Anonymous2:37 am

    You did a great job of keeping up! I have all the patterns now, and hope to do them this summer. I like the redwork version, and that's probably what I'll use, too. Unless I do them in blue.

    I'm hoping to keep up with the baskets from bunny hill - doing them in wool might help me get them finished. I have to wash some of my wools to felt them before I can start. This week!

  5. The blocks look so pretty in red. I have only finished three, borugth them with me on this trip, but never got them out of the suitcase

  6. So cude animals! I am eager to see the result... I mean the whole quilt. I am not a quilter, but I like to watch the process.
    Irina (Moscow, Russia)


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