Merilyn sent. I was amazed by my good fortune. Everything resonated Merilyn and Australia! The mug rug done with paper piecing was just perfect and Merilyn's signature ;) pincushion on ceramic is so pretty with it's crazy piecing. The little purse sewn by Merilyn with needle rest and to carry the beautiful Scissoroo embroidery scissors native to Australia! I love it all! Thank you Merilyn.
|My swap to Merilyn. Partridge. Designer: Prairie Schooler. Floss: DMC. Fabric: Linen Scrap. Finished as pin pillow. The tatted ornament StarChic is a free design by Jon Yusoff.|
Elyte's swap. A lovely pouch purse with a flexible metal closure. Lovingly embroidered in red. I adore it. And the wooden bird brooch by Elk, so cute. It'll be great on my grey scarf! Can you see the red & white and bird theme going on? Love, love,love it! Thanks again Elyte.
|My swap for Elyte. Two by Two Deer. Designer: Prairie Schooler. Floss: DMC. Fabric: Linen scrap. Finished as pin pillow. The tatted ornament StarChic is a free design by Jon Yusoff.|
|Design: Aneela Hoey. Fabric: Little Apples by Aneela Hoey for Moda|
|Block #43 Right Hand of Friendship|
The Civil War Quilt Blocks will come to an end this coming Saturday. I am quite behind but I do intend to catch up. Barbara Brackman received a thank you quilt from some of us that partook in the QAL. My block is the first row, 4th from the left. Becky Brown did an amazing job putting the quilt together. It's a wonderful feeling to be a part of this project. Although many lives were lost during the war 150 years ago, the cause is a great one. Human slavery in all it's form should be abolished but sadly that is not the case in the world right to this day.