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15 June 2011

WIP Wednesday

It's Work In Progress Wednesday today. It's only going to be a quick post as it's hubby's birthday and I'm taking him out to lunch ... in about 10 minutes time.


My Terrain Starflower quilt is coming along... a little more slowly than I'd anticipated. But the colours are so wonderful, I will persevere.


These will be the 4 solid colours I'll be using for the whole quilt.

I'm loving this dark purple colour.


And because I like to have alot of projects on the go at once, I signed up for the Farmers Wife Quilt A Long (FWQAL). I made my first block last night. It was quick and easy to make and I look forward to making the other 110 blocks...



If you'd like to join the FWQAL, have a look at the Flickr group. The group is growing rapidly.

Thanks to everyone who entered my Alice in Wonderland DVD giveaway. The winner of this giveaway is Christine M. I will be in touch with you soon for your contact details :-)

Happy Wednesday :-)

13 comments:

  1. So funny that I looked at your post now, at 10:34 pm on Tuesday night and reading about you're going to lunch on Wednesday...that kind of stuff blows my mind when I think about it!
    Have fun-Happy Birthday DH!

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  2. Beautiful work - The colors are lovely ;)

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  3. The blocks are looking great. I love the solids you have chosen for the backgrounds.

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  4. Happy birthday, Samelia's dad.

    I also love that purple fabric - my favourite colour.

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  5. Happy Birthday to your hubs... hope you had a great lunch... lovely blocks always..
    Hugz

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  6. I like your work and the colous are so beautiful.
    I still have the book for the farmers wife quilt on my desk but I did not start yet.
    Heike

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  7. So beautiful!!
    Do you give lessons?

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  8. What amazing colours. Look forward to seeing it finished.

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  9. Love those colors on your terrain quilt! That will be so fun. Hope you had a fun birthday lunch with dh.

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  10. The colors you are using in the Starflower quilt are amazing!

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  11. That quilt is going to be stunning the color combinations are perfect.

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  12. Awesome stars...what method are you using to make these, could you please share.

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  13. That's gorgeous! I want to get back to quilting.... Just need some time and space....

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