Monday, June 02, 2008

Another Week

I have been getting into trouble from my daughter Danielle for not updating my blog so here is this weeks edition.
Another UFO on the sewing machine being quilted. I am slowly getting all the UFO's completed. This quilt has been waiting about 6 years and arn't we glad that they don't become too outdated. I did this quilt as a challenge with the quilting group I belong to and I think I am the last to get it finished what a nice surprise it will be for them LOL.

Today I have finished this little Bow Bag. (This was not a UFO) we do have to deviate sometimes don't we!!!! I will give it to Danielle if she likes it I think it is a little Shabby Chic her favourite at present.



Early last week I made this Raggedy Jeans quilt for my son Joshua. It took two days to complete. Whilst putting away boxes in storage awhile back I found all his patches he had collected from being in the Scouts and what better way to save them but to attach them to denim patches and sew them into a quilt. I hope he likes it I am sure he will need it being in Melbourne this time of the year very cold.

My Grand Daughter Kaitlyn has a new desk in her room so I have made her a blackboard desk mat. Something to draw on and pockets to keep her pencil, ruler and rubber safe as she is always misplacing them. Typical 7 year old.


This beautiful bush has been on our front verhanda now for about 4 years and has never bloomed. I just had to take a photo as it may never bloom again. It is a variagated Boganvillia

3 comments:

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

Your creations are beautiful & I love the bow bag!
Quilting is something I admire but don't do.

Thanks for stopping by my blog & commenting about the vanity table. Hope you come by again...it was nice hearing from you, Hugs, DebraK

Knot Garden said...

Looks like some beautiful quilting on that UFO, and the quilt design certainly hasn't dated. The bow bag is adorable.

Christine said...

Hi Roz

I have enjoyed reading your blog.
You ask me a question regarding my Dresden Plate, the blocks are 16" finished and put on point. The quilt measure about 62" square.

cheers
Christine