Monday, January 9, 2012

One UFO down…

And many more to go! I actually finished this wall hanging the other day but am only just getting around to posting about it…

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I ended up using some blueberry crumb cake charm squares for it instead of the original fabric I had chosen…

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And I’m sew pleased I did…

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The Kindred Heart Stitchers are meeting on Friday this week…we have to take along a project we want to finish this year… and help to hold each other accountable and get it done! Right now though I am off to sew a little more on this schnibbles quilt…

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Michelle

11 comments:

carole brungar said...

Hi Michelle, I love your darling wee wall hanging and the project below is gorgeous!!

Love your blog!
Carole

Leeanne said...

That is so sweet. well done, keep them coming!

Fiona said...

What a lovely wallhanging... it is great to get a UFO done... lovely colours for the shnibbles one....
Hugz

Michelle said...

Hey Michelle, love the stitchery - don't forget to bring it on Friday! I am looking forward to catching up on Friday. Have a great day, Michelle.

Maria said...

Love the wall hanging and the colours you used michelle.
Great fabrics in your Schnibbles quilt too.

Catherine said...

Really loving that schnibbles quilt both the pattern and the fabrics!

camp and cottage living said...

Michelle
Your wall hanging is adorable.
I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with your newest project!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Your wall hanging is just so cute Michelle...love those blocks, the fabric is gorgeous..

Charlie and Wendy said...

Your wall hanging is beautiful as is that little corner of your home! I love how your schnibbles quilt is looking too.

Farm Girl said...

Fantastic Michelle, I love the stitchery in the wall hanging, and looks great with the yoyo finish. How is the Schnibble quilt going now, looks lovely.....

Raewyn said...

I love how you finished the wall hanging --the blueberry crumb range is BEAUTIFUL! Scnibbles look like fun projects.