Tuesday, 7 December 2010

I will, December 7th

defrost my quilting mojo and get back to my quilts in progress. My body does not take that much cold without getting bothersome, but enough already, I have things to finish before the holidays.

I did however finish my two little “Holy berries” pieces,
also inspired by a napkin, a while ago.
They are made using “Make a button” and “Make a leaf” shapes and have my favorite Keith Haring paper clips for hanging. These are fun little presents, so feel free to borrow my idea and send me links so I can have a look.

I should have been finishing this set of table runner and pillows, but it looks like another cold day today.
I guess I’ll just keep on knitting until it gets warmer.

9 comments:

  1. Blog hopping around I landed here! What lovely things you make... I'll be back, Angie

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  2. Love the holly berries! How pretty are they!

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  3. Wow the holly berries looks so pretty and festive!

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  4. I LOVE holly & berries - your fabric versions are adorable! There is a gorgeous holly bush growing down the street and I swear I'm going to go on a midnight pruning run and grab some (it is on school land)!

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  5. The holly berries projects are gorgeous.

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  6. I love these! I probably won't have a chance to do it this year but this looks like something I'll have to try next year!

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  7. YOu might be knitting a long time....cold here too. Love the holly berry pieces. xox Corrine

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  8. Mrs. Moen, when I need a lift I come here...your work makes me happy-my Grandfather came from Norway, maybe that is why and my joints are achey with the snow and the rain and the cold here...I think I should be living in Hawaii....
    keep up the good work dear

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