a quiltlady

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Sunday, 26 August 2012

INSPIRATION, part 2 .

 Gorgeous QUITS to watch, bring you cuppa, sit back and ENJOY,
miniblocks, bigger ones, appliques etc.  :-)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lovely time this year as well at the  FESTIVAL of  QUILTS  :o)  Hope you enjoyed seeing some of the 1000 quilts, pics her just picked out at random!  Oh,how I wish I could have shown them all. 
Please have a good look at this last one no 255 by for me an  unknown  English quilter. Small post sometime in the future about this from me. 
    Did you think I had forgotten to tell about my hand ... LOL... well almost , but here I am:

Injections and tablets for trigger thumb and an inflamation in wrist!!!  So you see I must put all my stitchery aside and work slowly by my sewing machine :-(   Only one border ( I should have written earlier ) to be sewn onto my Scandinavian Christmas; for sure to be done soon!
 Then I`m looking forward to showing you my shopping from the FoQ soon as well .
 All the best to you for a nice Sunday, From Grethe.
 

14 comments:

Siri Tullerusk said...

Der var det mye fint å se! Takk for titten :-). God bedring med hånda, håper den snart blir bra.

shez said...

thankyou for the tour Grethe.xx

Lappedamen said...

Tusen takk for at du deler meg oss hjemmesittere. Her var det utrolig mye flott, bare å ta av seg hatten for alle de fantastiske arbeidene. Hva folk legger ned av tid! En stor kopp te gikk med til seansen.

jofridsquilt said...

Takk for titten. Her var det jammen mykje flott:-) Håper handa di snart vert bra at slik at du får gjort noko som er moro uten at det gjer vondt. Gleder meg til å sjå CF ferdig. Klem Jofrid

Chookyblue...... said...

thanks for the quilt show........gorgeous........had a lot of trouble getting past the word verification..........

Gudveig HN said...

Fantastisk mye fint - masse inspirasjon! Takk for titten :-)))

Terry said...

What amazing quilts! I hope your hand heals quickly! :0)

sunny said...

So sorry to hear about your injury. Why don't you send the Scandanavian Christmas to me, and I will sew on the binding! LOL! Of course your realize that you would never see it again? What amazing quilts you saw. I wish I had just a tiny fraction of that talent.

Grethe said...
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Grethe said...

testing:
no-word-verification works :-)

Houseelf said...

Beautiful quilts. I saw that curtain made from rainbow log cabins and was amazed at all the work involved.

Good that you are getting treatment for your poor hand. I hope it recovers fully soon.

helbel19 said...

Wow there are a lot of very talented ladies in our craft world.

Helen

Fiona said...

amazing assortment... thanks so much for sharing all this inspiration...
Hugz

Ulla said...

Amazing quilts, especially the one with the little fish! I hope your thumb and wrist are healing well.