Saturday, 7 March 2015

FNWF & SCRAP HAPPY SATURDAY & PET PROJECT SHOW

My Friday night was spent with my daughter doing a little machine & hand stitching. Spending time together was the best and more important.
We were celebrating my anniversary on Thursday and my birthday on Saturday. It was a good time spent together....


And this is what I got finished on Saturday for
Scrap Happy Saturday
My curved LOG CABIN


My Yellow casserole carrier
And a coaster made from the centre circle. These might go to the trade table or kept for gifts.

I am also linking up with the PINK DOXIES for their PET PROJECT SHOW


18 comments:

  1. Happy anniversary and Happy birthday Jo. Lovely work.

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  2. What a lot you sewed in one day. Very impressive! Love the casserole carrier. I saw one of these a few years ago at my NZ Quilting Group when one of the group was making one. Such a neat idea.

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  3. Happy BIrthday! I love your scrappy yellows! The curved log cabin has gone on my to-try list!!

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  4. loving the yellow scrappines!
    Hope you had a great birthday yesterday..
    oh and happy anniversary too..

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  5. Happy anniversary and happy birthday. I really like how your curved log cabin is turning out. Great job!

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  6. My husband's birthday is the day before our anniversary - fun to celebrate - hope you enjoyed yours! (Your casserole carrier is excellent - and I love the curved log cabin)

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  7. Great work. Enjoy your celebration.

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  8. Wow! Two celebrations days apart and still time for quilting. The log cabin blocks have such nice movement.

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  9. Your curved log cabin in beautiful!

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  10. Happy Birthday/Anniversary Jo, love all your scrappy finishes :) Barb.

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  11. Great yellow projects! What fun!

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  12. Love the log cabin block. That is going to be such a beautiful quilt when it's all together.

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  13. Love your yellow casserole carrier - something I should think about as we head into Autumn in New Zealand.

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  14. Happy anniversary! Love your scrappy yellow projects!!!

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  15. How wonderful to stitch with your daughter! Yellow is my favourite colour so of course I love your projects.

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  16. I see yellow tulip when I look at your yellow log cabin blocks!

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  17. Not sure what you mean by curved log cabin? It looks straight, but it also looks like thin strips too!

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  18. I'm a Log Cabin fan, Marsha, and the curve is because when you view it from a distance, it appears to be rounded vs. a straight side. It's easier to see if you have several of them together. Just a fun variation.

    Jo, so glad you could link up with the Pet Project Show this past weekend. I am late on my thank yous, but most sincere. A very happy birthday and anniversary to you, too. Glad you had time to sew.

    Julie @PinkDoxies

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