Sunday, March 10, 2013

Oh So Cute!

 I mentioned in my previous post how I have decided to do Lucy Boston's Crosses. I did organize and start - just a little too wincy I think. Cute as ... but!
 So now I have a stack of one inch templates on hand and I am on a trial run to see what I can do with self-made one and a half inch templates.
I have some lovely fabrics about and of course have added a few more in Liberty Life, I think it is. They are just beautiful and I am just so enthusiastic, so let's hope I have some pretties to show you next post. Well, maybe one pretty, I'll be happy if I can achieve that.
I was so thrilled to have so many lovely comments on my last post and I still hope to get back to you all personally. Life is so busy, it takes a lot caring for others, but I really do want to hold onto my quilting, blog and all that goes with it.
Happy Sunday arv to all girls in Oz and it will come to all of you soon!

9 Lovely People said ...:

Julie Fukuda said...

I love what you can do with a bit of fussy cutting. At least I won't be tempted to follow your lead this time as I have already made two. I didn't use paper piecing but just sewed those little suckers together.

Kathie said...

I am starting to become really interesting in fussy cutting fabric it has me looking at fabric differently!
this is adorable, so little and cute! can't wait to see more
plus BEAUTIFUL fabric!
Kathie

Rachaeldaisy said...

You will have so much fun with this quilt. I'll be interested to hear whether you like the 1.5 inch pieces better.

Pokey said...

I agree, these are adorable!
:-}pokey

Nanette Merrill said...

Your fabric knocks me out. As does your work, always.

Bernadette said...

Lovely, I have that one started too 😉

Bronwyn said...

Hi Lurline. Can you go onto the Facebook

Bronwyn said...

sorry Lurline - my phone wouldn't post anymore - I meant to say was can you please go onto the Facebook Destash group site - you have been asked for :)

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

It's great to try something new, especially when a beautiful stack of gorgeous fabrics are involved! Hope you find lots of satisfaction in the process.