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vendredi 18 septembre 2015

FNSI for September





Once again many thanks to Wendy of Sugarlane Designs for inviting us - just click on the link to go and see what everyone has been sewing.

I have been sewing this afternoon along with my Australian friends as we are going out this evening - there is a certain World Cup about to start and a big screen that is calling to Philip!

So I have spent the afternoon finishing off my CQJP block for the month - finished nice and early so I can get on with some more projects and some Christmas sewing.

So here is my finished block


and of course a few close ups.






During my coffee break I watched the first lesson of Edyta Sitars new course on Craftsy which I treated myself to earlier in the week. Looking good so far.

Hope you all had a good evening.

24 commentaires:

C. Heinrichs Good Earth Quilting a dit…

Nicely done!

Sharmayne a dit…

Ohhhhh, I love it! You were quick getting your sewing and your blogging all done!

Pamela a dit…

So many beautiful details!

Baa. xxx a dit…

Beautiful - love the stitching and the colours are stunning. We are watching the rugby now and stressing about the ref awarding Fiji a try and then as they are about to take the conversion - the try played on the big screen and the ref changing his mind and taking the try off Fiji - never seen that before - very interesting. I am sure your Philip will have enjoyed the game. Bonus points for England who he is probably supporting. Fun... fun....

Michelle Ridgway a dit…

Beautiful block Lin and such lovely stitching.Hope you enjoyed your tutorial x

marina a dit…

wow! another magnificent block Lin.
love it.

Allie-oops Designs a dit…

How lovely!!!! You do such gorgeous stitching, hon. Which Edyta class are you taking? I treated myself to the Garden of Possibilities one awhile ago, and really enjoyed it.

Béa a dit…

Amazing work !

Noela a dit…

Gorgeous block. Love the colour. Hugs......

Susan a dit…

Hi Lin WOW WOW WOW! I love the colour scheme. My favourite has to be the little ant so adorable X:)

Paula a dit…

Hello Lin. Like I have said before, it is such a joy seeing your Crazy blocks, I love every one of them, your embroidery is gorgeous.
I also treated myself with Edyta's new course, but have not started yet, have to finish hers "Tree of Life" first, a scrappy quilt I'm making for my daughter.
Hope you and Philippe enjoyed the game.
Take care

Cath a dit…

So much creativity in this block.....I just love it and everytime I look at it again, I see something I missed the first time. Beautiful!

Sharon - creativity and family a dit…

Such a lovely block. I had to look twice at the ant, he is so good! xx

Radka a dit…

Wow, it's beautiful!
xx

Käthe a dit…

Beautiful !
Happy sewing and stitching
Käthe

Karen's Korner a dit…

Just gorgeous. So much detail.

Sheila a dit…

Your block is gorgeous Lin , I am not a huge fan of spiders but yours is very pretty ;-)

desertskyquilts a dit…

I love your block! I had already saved it from the CQJP blog for future inspiration. The bottom left corner and the rickrack seam and the couched part with the SRE flowers are all favorites from this block. Great one!

Maria a dit…

Your block is beautiful no I love the purples..

Wendy B a dit…

your crazy patch looks fantastic Lin....love the colour and the embellishing......I'm not a crazy patch person, but yours is stunning! Congratulations too....you were the winner of FNSI this month! Send me your addy (I know I should have it!) and I'll get your prize to you.
xox sugary hugs
Wendy :o)

Josie a dit…

WOW! Your block is totally stunning. I love the spider. Looks like it might just get up and walk off the fabric.

Marle a dit…

It's so beautiful, so lovely.
Marle

Judy a dit…

What an awesome block!! I found myself staring at the spider in its web, such a neat addition. Have you taken a Craftsy class before? What do you think of them?
Enjoy your week,
Judy

Diane Sloan a dit…

Gorgeous...love the close ups