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Friday, 11 December 2009


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It is so beautiful, I never thought a technique like that would turn out so lovely, can't wait to see what you do as you progess in covering the cloth! BarbM

Elmsley Rose

It's looking fantastic. And it will look even more fantastic when it's finished.
Love where you are placing the circles


Come on Sandy hurry up! I wan't to see it finished at stitch night next week :) My Mum is handing me back a quilt I paid to get quilted when I see her this week so depending on when I see her, I should have something finished to show if I can manage to get the binding on!

Mary Corbet


Yes. This is IT. This is exackitackily the kind of stuff I LOVE. I can't wait to see this develop further!

*sigh* I'm so totally content after seeing this post.

What size is the entire piece?

Gold n' Stitches

This piece will measure approx 7cm (2 3/4") by 15cm (6") when completed. The thought of something bigger made my head spin. Maybe on the next one - and there will be a next one! As I stitch away my mind is considerering all of the possibilities!

Gold n' Stitches

Hi Mel, Finished by this Thursday? It just won't happen but you might be surprised by how much more I have done! For those of you whop are wondering - there is a group of us who get together and stich on Thursday evenings. It is a social fun ghroup and we cover a whole range of interests from quilting to various forms of embroidery. One of the best parts of getting together is sharing what we are working on. Look forward to seeing the finished quilt Mel.

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