I have had a wonderful morning …have been able to sew. ;D … Have been so tired this week…so
my thoughts were that I never could or would sew again… a disaster!! But after one days rest I happily padded my quilting friend ( my pfaff) and said: -Hej….vill du leka idag ? -Hey…do you want to play today? And we had a ball… I almost finished my Carolina Crossroads top… Have the corners and the borders still undone…need time to think how I will continue. I made my top rectangular…and got one star block left…Don´t know what will become of that one…and I do have some nine patches and railfence blocks left tooo..
I love the way my CC become… it´s really soft and pale… It looks so blue in the winterlight outside…much warmer colours indoors…
Next weekend I´m going to Örnsköldsvik for a quilting course with Anne-Pia Godske Rasmussen and I really need to pack for that weekend. Have been looking through my stash…and …I do NOT have enogh fabric….;D I think… So now I have to figure out a way to solve that problem……. – Maybe some more…Ohh no …not more fabric….;D

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6 Thoughts on “What A wonderful Day…

  1. Louise on 3 February, 2008 at 17:29 said:

    Oj, vad duktig du är! Jag har sytt mina railfence block klara men kämpar vidare med timglasen…har bara 20 kvar att göra. I morgon blir de kanske klara…

  2. Åh, så fint det ser ut!! Hoppas på att få se det på riktigt snart. Det är säkert ännu finare då. Kram Lotta

  3. I love your CC colors! Your top is beautiful, you should be very proud.



  4. Hi,

    how about adding that extra star block to the back as signature block? Your colors look wonderful, like an old faded quilt.


  5. Your CC looks GREAT!

  6. Thanks so much for the lovely comment you left on my blog about my CC quilt. Your colours are so beautiful – soft and delicate. It has been such fun to see all the different colour combinations people have chosen :)

Hej...love to hear from you... :)

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