Sunday, April 13, 2008

Sunday Stitchery

It's Sunday and I have managed to spend some time in my sewing room catching up with my Lynette Anderson Noah's Ark BOM.....


apart from that I have been playing in blogland and catching up with comments and emails......so I have to say - thank God for slow cookers! There is a nice beef casserole bubbling away in the kitchen - and it smells divine! ....and it should take care of a couple of meals during the week as well.

I have signed up with Kate for Another Little Quilt Swap which is going to be fun.....now to work out what to make! I missed out on the little quilt swap here but managed a spot with Kate.

I still have a couple of places left in my Pay It Forward - so if you want to come and play please let me know........

Have a great week!

'Til next time................Lorraine

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7 comments:

May Kristin said...

Lovely blocks! I'll better do my april block too!

Cheryl said...

Your BOM is wonderful, and I am with you love my crockpot!

Sonnja said...

Your blocks are lovely!
Kind regards

Sonnja
Beertje Zonn

Jo said...

I managed to get my dove done yesterday too. love your colours.I use my crockpot all the time as I work late some nights during the week and then at least the family have something prepared for tea.

Dianne said...

I love your blocks as well. Beautiful. Thanks for paying me a visit and for your lovely comments. I will keep checking back. What is BOM?

Levin (and Emily) said...

I'll do your PIF if you still need someone. I've almost finished my last one, so I don't mind doing another.

your stitcheries look great - I would like to do something like that too but I have so many quilt orders....lol and still a lot of technique to perfect!
l
x

Nic said...

Your BOM stitcheries are lovely. As you have seen i have mine done but i can't decide on the borders yet. Liv is stoked with her Minnie Mouse, so much so that i should see if she wants to enter a project in the Young Designer of the Year with Homespun. Hmmm, just not sure how much work that will create for me. And i still haven't made up my mind for quilt camp.