Friday, 28 August 2015

So, what has been happening?

Well, it has been another busy week here.... everyone has returned home, so the house is full again which means that not a lot of sewing has taken place.



I have managed to start cutting out a few of the Farm Girl Vintage blocks that I am behind with and, I hope to cut a few more here and there over the weekend.



I did also finish the next task for my ICQC 107 Class which was to add a rose bush along the fence of the garden scene which I think is starting to look very pretty.



Have a lovely weekend!


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  1. Wow what a wonderful stitching!!!

    Marion

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    1. Thank you Marion! Have a lovely weekend! Christine x

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  2. Your rose bush is awesome! I love the look of crazy quilting, but haven't taken the time to master it yet. Some day . . .

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    1. Hello Sunny! Thank you! I really encourage you to try your hand at crazy quilting one day.... I am so glad that I decided to take some classes! Christine x

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  3. Loving the roses! That fence is just darling. Well, our families do interrupt our sewing time, don't they? ;) I hope you enjoy your weekend.

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    1. Thank you Linda! Lots of fun having them home but there just aren't enough hours in the day for everything!! Enjoy your weekend! Christine x

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    1. Thank you both for your lovely comment and for visiting me! Have a lovely weekend! :) x

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  5. I like the ribbon stitching, it gives a lovely effect. I hope you manage to get a bit of sewing done soon xxx

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    1. Thank you Janet! Hope you have a good workshop and a lovely weekend! :) x

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  6. Your little scene is looking very pretty : ) Janita

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    1. Thank you Janita! Hope you are enjoying a lovely weekend! Christine x

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  7. Pretty little embroidery Christine. The rose bush is lovely.

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    1. Thank you Dasha! It was fun to stitch all the flowers! Christine x

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  8. Beautiful work as always , love the embroidery and the rose bush is gorgeous !

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    1. Thank you Sheila! Hope you are having a lovely weekend! :) x

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  9. Beautiful embroidery, Christine.

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    1. Thank you Christine! Hope you are having a lovely weekend! :) x

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  10. Hi Christine,wow your work is amazing ,I love your embroidered pieces,well done my friend xx

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    1. Thank you Shez! That is very kind... hope you are feeling better! Christine x

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  11. Christine, your SRE for Kathy's class is absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful work!

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    1. Thank you Renee! I am sad the classes have come to an end.... I really enjoyed working on this blocks. Christine x

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  12. I think your lovely garden looks every bit as good as a real one!

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    1. Thank you Mary Anne! I wish my garden looked like that!! Enjoy your weekend! Christine x

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  13. Love the roses and the whole picture is looking spectacular...well done. Nice to have the house full but nicer to have peace and quiet to stitch and sew when they all go home again. Enjoy your holiday break.

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    1. Thank you Dawn! Hope to have some time to stitch again soon! Christine x

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