Thursday, April 09, 2015
Linda asked me what quilt I would like to take to hospital with me.
I had a quilt top made featuring hexagons from the Science Fair pattern waiting to be quilted.
This was my choice and I said to her she could quilt it as she pleased.
I am more than happy with all the lovely soft and creamy feathers that swirl through the hexagon blocks.
You can see images showing even more detail on Linda's blog.
The quilt top was much admired and a great talking point while in hospital and I am now enjoying having it on my bed at home. CiCi obviously approves as well.
The surgery was a success, thankfully. It has taken a while to get back to stitching but it is happening.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Yes, the first picture came through today of Caleb with a very, very happy father.
This is certainly a never to be forgotten Valentine's Day Special for this family.
I now have the grand sum of three grandchildren - looking forward to seeing more photos.
Apparently a picture is worth more than a thousand words. No details yet about weight and/or colour of eyes, etc.
Saturday, December 27, 2014
This year my son, David, captured an image of Santa at their home in Seattle, WA.
What an amazing Santa we have and how nice it is to have a part in all this goodness.
Monday, December 15, 2014
These lovely gerberas have been placed near our front door to add a touch of colour for visitors.
My sons gave this to me for Christmas when they came to visit in 2007.
It has had a few changes of location but it keeps coming back each year - never fails.
In addition we have been given a number of other plants over the past five years and they have all enhanced our surroundings. We have been very fortunate to be beneficiaries of the gift of flowers.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
We have a new cat at our place, at least new to us.
Bailey is about two years old and the youngest cat we have had around in a while.
He has been very timid but gradually getting used to life at our place.
From the photo I think it would have to be said that he must be pretty happy here to be so relaxed.
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
It was July 2013 when I made this quilt top.
It has been maturing like good wine in a cupboard and now it has been transformed by Linda http://razzledazzlequilter.blogspot.co.nz/ into a lovely quilt top. She also wrote about this quilt on her blog.
One of the good things about the time lapse between completed quilt top and machine quilting is that it feels like you are being reunited with an old friend.
The stars she worked into the border area are so appropriate, and, once again, I felt this was a good opportunity to use Magic Binding.