Friday, 30 April 2010

Mooing with bags

For this week’s show and tell I have the 4 remaining Moo Point (a cow’s opinion; doesn’t matter; it’s moo) quilts from this post. The fist one was finished last week for my 200th post giveaway (which is open until May 9th).
"Moo Point No2""Moo Point No3""Moo Point No 4""Moo Point No5"They are all made from a fabulous old (vintage??) green table cloth. Green is a colour I don’t use much, so I’m trying working it into my palette.


I also finished 3 more shopping bags and have thus finished my pledged dozen plus two more.
Most of them are gone by now, but I have a few left for myself. I will never, ever prepare that many (28; yep – it’s crazy and boooring) of anything again! It’s quite discouraging to know that you still have just as many left to finish when you have worked your way through the mother load of shopping bags.
I also finished the “Name quilt: Markus” for a baby boy and “Swan Lake” for the Monthly Design Challenge over at Finki’s this week.

Now I will link this up to show & tell at Amylou’s and Blue Cricket Design's, pop over and have a look at all the wonderful finishes of the week.

15 comments:

  1. Very cute and the green works perfectly.

    I know what you mean about mass sewing. BORING!!!

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  2. The cows are too cute. You did a good job working in the green. You have finished quite a few projects this week. Working on that spring to finish challenge, huh ;-)

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  3. super cute cows! you have been busy!

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  4. Those cows just make me smile every time I see them Nina Lise!!
    More shopping bags than I could ever sew!!!

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  5. The green works very well with the ORANGE! These are so cute,
    I just love Moo.....

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  6. Mooooovalous cows!!! Love the fabric on those shopping bags!

    Blessings,

    KT

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  7. The cows look great with the green.

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  8. Still enjoying those great cows! The green is just perfect.

    You're a good woman to get that many shopping bags done. They look wonderful, btw.

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  9. I'm always impressed by how much you accomplish! Love the cows!

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  10. Her går det unna :-) Du er jammen produktiv. Ønsker deg en flott helg.

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  11. Those cows are too cute. It's amazing what YOU do with an old tablecloth. You are a true artist!

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  12. Your cows are moovalous! Almost makes me wish I had some old tablecloths to cut up. Love the shopping bags. That's how I felt after making hotpads for everyone. I really don't care if I ever make another one! (But I know I will)

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  13. Love those cows and I love green.
    Wonderful bags, you have been doing a lot of sewing this week.

    Debbie

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  14. This is great! How often do you see a quilt with a sense of humor? I love it!

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