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Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Civil War block and flowers

I have had a busy couple of days this week. Still getting ready for that wedding. Lining boleros (below) and making flowers for the girls to wear in their hair. In between that I managed to get this civil war block finished. Class was a week and a half ago, but I have been busy! Putting this together tonight was fun!




These flowers were lots of fun too! Might even make some for the Marion LIFE market we are going to!!!

8 comments:

Frances Leate said...

You have certainly made some wonderful accessories for the wedding which I am sure will make everthing that much more special. Lovely block. Happy stitching!

nicolette said...

Those flowers you made are wonderful and I love your Civil War block!

Quilting in My Pyjamas said...

Yes..but are you at the point yet where you want this wedding done and dusted?

Loving those flowers.

I cant wait to see your Civil War quilt all put together. It's going to look rockin'

Pip at Rest is not idleness said...

Love the Civil War block, I might have to make a red quilt next :)
The flowers look good as well, can't work out how you did the edges though (they look kind of burnt)

Leanne said...

The flowers are very interesting, they look great.

Lorraine said...

well done on getting the CW block together....looks great...love the flowers....and it looks like the weather will be perfect on the weekend. Are you going to Red Club on Friday?

Jantine said...

The bolero looks terrific! Love the flowers too! Just enjoy yourself!

Mary said...

everything you are making looks fantastic!