Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Tracing stitcheries

I have a friend who has broken/shattered her leg/knee.
So to keep her busy I am tracing some stitcheries.
Sending them off in the post. If she manages to get them done, well good on her..
It doesn't matter if they take years.
I borrowed a light box from another quilting friend and off I went.
I think I need one of these.



I bought these patterns many years ago.
They are so cute.


I have finished tracing LETTERS TO SANTA. 





Now I am on to tracing WINTER WONDERLAND.


This should keep my friend busy for a while.

8 comments:

  1. That is such a wonderful thought......

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  2. Love my lightbox, looks like it's keeping you both busy. They are lovely patterns, will have to add them to my never ending list. Lovely idea for your friend :)

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  3. She is lucky to have a wonderful friend, hope her knee / leg gets better soon.

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  4. You are such a good friend.. Gorgeous Christmas stitcheries for her to do.
    Maybe you could use your Piggy Bank money for a light box if you haven't spent it'
    I bought one on Ebay for just over $100 the size of an A4 sheet.

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  5. That's such a good idea, you are a good friend, Jo. Hope her leg heals soon.

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  6. You sure are a good friend Jo, your friend will have lots to keep her occupies. Hope the knee heals up ok.

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  7. Just caught up on a few posts Jo. Sad about your FIL. love your panels and i'm sure your friend will love that you were thinking of her in her time of need.

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  8. Yes they will take her a long time. I made the Winter Wonderland quilt and it took me years. I have a few other Crab Apple Hill patterns just waiting for me to start them.

    It is so thoughtful of you to do this for her. Tracing takes awhile too, and a light table is a MUST! Your arms will hurt holding them up to a window.

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