Monday, November 29, 2010

Back to my sewing machine

These pieces have been hanging around for months and months. I was inspired by Amanda Jean way back who liked the idea from here, and when and after reports were out of the way, I just wanted to sew.
I wanted to feel that sense of achievement, and finish something, so I worked on this one.
I'm going to have a go at quilting it tonight.





12 comments:

Andi said...

All so pretty!!!

Maree: said...

Love your Quilt...Beautiful Pics from your Garden as Always.
cheers

ozjane said...

Very envious of those poppies and the amount of Nigella that is growing so well. I have a few bushes but am not yet back to your lush abundance.
The quilt is looking good.. I am aiming to use a honey bun with white. But am still stuck with Christmas...

Eli said...

Very sympatic quilt. Thanks for good idea (for me!)

thornberry said...

Knowing how quickly you can make a quilt Annie I bet that one is all finished by now! All looking lovely - the quilt and your garden.

Cass said...

Very pretty

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Beautiful photos. Poppies are so pretty. Love the quilt too.

picciolo said...

I love the splashes of colour Annie, and those purple poppies!
: )

Artificial Grass said...

Good thing that you still spend time to create wonderful handwork,I know that you have lot's of masterpiece this time and Hope that yo will share that in your blog post.

Jenny said...

Isn't it such a wonderful feeling to have the reports done! Glad you found some time to sew-looks lovely:)

Muddling Through said...

Ooooh! I like your quilt top. Can't wait to see it quilted, and the flowers - BEAUTIFUL!!!

plumbing said...

Brilliant post! I love your flowers! I'm sure your flower garden is wonderful. Anyway, I'm glad that you also quilt. Keep it up!