Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter.

Happy Easter, everyone.
I was away yesterday and today to the seaside town of Queenscliff for the opening of my daughter's Art exhibition. If you would like to see her work, here is a link to her blog and website.Nicola 

I have also been sewing my applique and I have almost finished the top half,


and have the second half prepared and ready to go. I leave apaper trail around the house as the freezer paper falls off everytime I work on it. If I really need it to show me the curve required I just iron it back on. The next question will be whither I continue or be happy with a new wallhanging.


8 comments:

Christine said...

coming along beautiful, love it

Christine

Lori said...

Auntie Green is amazing!! I love your new quilt in the header too. You are wonder Woman!!

Your daughter is very talented. So much lovely work!

WoolenSails said...

That is so beautiful, you have more patience than I;)
Blessings to you and your family, this Easter.

Debbie

Dawn said...

Nicola's work is beautiful, a family of artists! I enjoyed a look at her blog and website. Thanks for sharing the progress on your 'Auntie'.
Happy Stitching!

LuAnn said...

Your applique' is just beautiful. Love the Auntie Green pattern. Your daughter is talented as well!

Lida said...

What a beautifull centerpiece!! It already is magnificent! I also like the bag that you made and the bags you showed! What a great quilters live down under! When I see your photo's of their creations I am really impressed! And then that lovely rabbit, you nought beautiful fabric to creat it, I hope to see a lovely creation soon! Greetings
Lida

Nadine Thompson said...

I am impressed. You are doing a lovely job. I am really behind I am sure but do plan to finish. My days are full as I am sure yours are as well. I use a lot of freezer myself. It is my applique template choice and I use it as my quilting line. I cut out a quilting image such as a feathered heart, iron to quilt background, and quilt around cutting away the feathers as I go. No marks on the fabric. I will be checking in on your progress. Oh, by the way I cut my pattern down by thirty percent. Nadine

Nancy in MT said...

Oh my, your work is flawless and so stunning. I'm in awe. You most certainly should be proud of your daughter, she's talented like her Mom.