Thursday, November 13, 2008


Howdy, folks, as we say in the south. Hope your day was good. I've been a busy bee trying to catch up with some of my projects before I tackle Christmas. Here is the quilt I started before the "Enbrel drama" interrupted my crafting for a while. Originally I started out going for a sweet and soft, kinda shabby chic look. But then I found some bright colors and patterns which looked good together and I just couldn't resist. I wish this picture were better. Click on the photo to make it larger. Actually when it was said and done, it turned out prettier than I expected. I think the pink border helped. Now on to finishing it which I haven't decided quite what I'm doing yet. Here's something unusual I found and whipped up. The Happy Zombie has a website with quilting, sewing, family, etc. She also has several free patterns. I saw this one of St. Joseph and knew I had to make it. I love St Joseph and I also love redwork. It worked up very quickly and now he's sitting on a shelf, hopefully bringing blessings to our home.
This weekend is a busy time. I'm going to a Christmas open house with my sister, Gail, on Saturday. We'll see how I do. She promised not to get mad if I was tired and we had to leave. ha
I'm also making daughter Amy a Christmas stocking which I should finish up in a day or two that I'll show you. It's so much fun to be getting so much done.
Have a great weekend and we'll talk soon. Nerm


TattingChic said...

So glad to see you are catching up on some fun crafty things! :)

Jamie said...

Love to see your beautiful crafts!! How do you do that St Joseph? Do you do it all by hand? He's beautiful, he looks fun to play with!!

Glad you are feeling better!! Can't wait to see the stocking!! My MIL made each of the kiddos stockings, I might have to post them to my private blog once I get all our Christmas stuff out in Dec!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Oh wow, I love this quilt!

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