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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

A Break in the Packing

This little bunny with his Happy Spring is the project we made at Jo's Redwork Workshop a couple of weeks ago. I put the binding on last night - it was a welcome change from the organizing and packing!

15 comments:

Needled Mom said...

What a sweet break! I am sure you needed it too.

Tracy P. said...

So cute! Some people seek chocolate, others needles. ;-) You're a wise woman, Marlene. I wish everyone could take care of themselves through creative outlets. Can't imagine what I would do without them.

amysmack said...

Super cute! Hope the packing is going well!

Colleen said...

Very cute! I also love your beautiful wool quilt from a couple posts ago... I needed to catch up! I wish you a safe journey on your trip and I hope everything goes well.

Karen said...

I do like redwork stitcheries.

Grammy Staffy said...

You amaze me that in the middle of all your work of packing you could finish this darling project. I am afraid that all I would do is rest if I got a break but not you... you go to work and finish something precious.

You do amaze me dear.
Hugs, Lura

Michelle May said...

You know I love it! Sweet indeed!

Janet said...

that is so cute! You are so talented, some day I'm going to get back into sewing and crafting. I don't seem to have much time for it as I would like.

Phyllis said...

Cute little stitchery.

I love the previous "metamorphasis" pics!!!

Valerie said...

Oh I just love this!

Teresa said...

So cute and so fun to have special quilts to use in the seasons. The little girls are just darlings.

Purple Pam said...

Such a darling little stitchery. I like the border treatment. Great job!

Grammy Staffy said...

I'm just dropping back by to let you know that I am thinking of you. I hope that all is going well. Best wishes and hugs, Lura

Jacquelynne said...

What a nice surprise for me to see- the bunny pattern was a free pattern that i designed for the Country Register and it's also on my website www.TheNobleWife.com
Glad to see that your project came out so cute! Is Jo's Redwork Workshop a store or an online site??

prashant said...

The little girls are just darlings.
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