Well done Bec! You have done alot!Looking forward to seeing what fabrics you choose.x Sarah
Hope your foot is getting better,your stitcheries look great as well. I to look forward to it being finished. cya Karyn x
You've managed to finish a lot of stitching while you're recovering - hopefully you'll be up and about before too long.
They are lovely Bec - it is a design I have much admired and yours is looking so lovely..... I love the bum up whilst weeding picture!Hugz
You're stitchery's are so beautiful, and I`m looking forward to see you`re choice and fabrics. Hope you`re foot is getting better. All the besthk
Your GJ quilt is going to look terrific once it's finished. You must be getting to the 'really frustrated' phase of being in plaster and on crutches. I hope your family are all looking after you well.
wow they look great.........one advantage of being laid up........take care.......hope you share on the SAL blog too.......
Wow - how would you feel about a holiday in the South of NZ? - I'm pretty sure I could keep you busy stitching some more of those blocks while you recuperate!! They are gorgeous, you've really made the most of your time while you heal. Hope things are improving for you now. Hugs, NickyPS Love your pincushion and quilt from last post. Beautiful!
See now isn't it good that we are doing GJ as without that you would have been bored while you were resting your foot!!! LOLGreat job on the stitcheries.
Your stitcheries look great! Nice job! 8-)Take care!
Going well. Wont take long to put them all together when you are back on your feet. I'll have to send chooky over. She will get the whip out on you. lol
Won't you have fun putting it all together....
Your GJQ is coming along beautifully, I completed mine at the beginning of the year and am so pleased with it. I look forward to seeing yours completed to. It is such an interesting projct to do.Hazel (UK)
Beautiful blocks!I am working my way through the SSCS list, and I will be back, you have a lovely blog.
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