A few days ago I found this lovely pumpkin postcard in my post box sent to me by Sheila from Sheila's Quilt World. Isn't it lovely! And a recipe to try too. Thank you very much Sheila, it has pride of place on my desk at the moment.
If you have not yet signed up for Sheila's Christmas postcard swap then you still have time - pay her a visit here to find out all about it and also to see the cutest pig postcard that she has received from a young man!
I have a couple of finishes to show you. First of all I have lined and finished off my hexagon table topper.
Also my Gail Pan Christmas stitchery is now a mini quilt all ready for display in December.
Hope you have a finish or two this week.
My goodness, you HAVE been busy! It's always lots of fun to have a finish or two! Sheila is so darned clever. I'm loving that postcard. How unique!! Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
Love your Hexie table topper Lyn! Must be so nice to finish something as gorgeous as that. The pumpkin is so sweet too. XCathyReplyDelete
Glad you like the pumpkin Lin . Your hexie table topper is just gorgeous , looks just lovely on display .ReplyDelete
What a handy postcard to get, love it. Your hexie table topper is just so bright and lovely and matches your Cyclamen perfectly.A very happy looking Christmas hanger, Gail's patterns are lovely.
Have a great weekend.
What a lovely postcard, lucky you!ReplyDelete
Love your hexie table topper, such a great way to use up all those little sample squares.
What a neat idea for a fabric postcard with a recipe too! Your hexagon table topper looks fabulous! It's so colourful and looks great under the clematis. So nice that your Christmas mini quilt is ready for December. Another very nice finish :)ReplyDelete
Hi Lin how clever is the pumpkin card. I am in the Christmas Card swap and looking forward to it. I am hoping to make my card over the weekend. I like your Gail Pan stitchery. X:)ReplyDelete
Hi Lin, I love your Christmas stitchery, it is so cute. What a great idea postcard with a recipe!!! And I must say I do like your hexagon table topper, beautiful colors. It feels good to have something finished, doesn't it?ReplyDelete
Your stitchery looks lovely Lin. I can't believe you completed it so quickly!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the beautiful stitched postcard you sent me. I've never seen one close up before and I'm amazed how well it survived the trip to Oz.
Have a great weekend. Cheers, Tracy.
That is a sweet postcard. I like your idea of putting it on a little easel.ReplyDelete
Your hexi table mat is so pretty. All those lovely bright colours make me smile.
So good to see your work at last. I love the stitching and colours on your crazy autumn block. GretaReplyDelete
What a great postcard from Sheila! You do such a nice job with your color choices and placement on your hexie pieces. Quite lovely! Are the solids hand dyed fabrics? Such nice finishes all around....ReplyDelete