Saturday, September 27, 2008

Go Cats!!!

Ages ago, my friends gave me this fabric and I have finally had a go at making something with it. A mini quilt to go on my mini quilt wall - just like Lucy Lockett (more on that later)

A lovely sunny day here today - quite hot actually. Wanted to do gardening, but friends came over for the footy grand final, so while they watched that, I sneaked to the sewing room and worked on my red and white quilt. (more later)
I have made up some new packs of cards - 3 designs, 2 of each and will put them in my
Etsy Shop.

. . . and some lovely flowers from my Flowergarden


. . . commiserations to the pussy cats!

11 comments:

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Oh I can't wait to see your mini-quilt! The sneak peeks look great!!! Lucy x

Melanie said...

Hi Annie- those mini quilt pics are so tantalising and cute! Beautiful pics of your plants. I think you have so many exotic looking things that wouldn't survive in an English garden.

Guðrún said...

Those sneak peaks are interesting. I would love to see more.

nicolette said...

Cute teases!!

picciolo said...

Love the littel peeks! Sounds like you have had a great day
: )

wonderwoman said...

great pics - such beautiful flowers - can't wait to see your mini quilts.

weather lovely here too,but not hot!

xx

Muddling Through said...

I am SO curious! I can't wait to see that little quilt. And what is that pretty blue flower??
~Elaine~

Jenny said...

More later-can't wait-seems like you've been busy planning Ms Flowergarden-must be the holidays:)

Leanne said...

What's this more about that later ...we want to know now.......love seeing chick chicks bot.

Suzie said...

Just have to see what you are making with those beautiful fabrics!
The blue flowers are so beautiful, I wish I had them in my garden, too!

Sandi said...

Hi Annie,
Lovely photos (as usual:) Was wondering what that blue flower is, it is very pretty. Love too, the photo of the chick's fluffy bottom. My duckies are growing so quickly now. They are growing feathers and are losing their 'fluff'.
Cheers,
Sandi x