Monday, January 26, 2009

Long Weekend Antics

I hope that those of you who live in Australia have had a fantastic long weekend. Hubby and I have managed to get a few jobs around the garden completed. I have also managed to get some preserving done and also some stitching. I have also managed to make a start on a few UFO's which are now a small step closer to being finished.

I have decided to do Gail Pan's BOM "A Christmas Wish" and have done a pastel version (above) and also a traditional version (below)

I have also cut out the next 7 months worth so hopefully I will have less chance of falling behind :))

I can't wait to see what Gail has planned for February.

My valentine package is almost ready to send to Shannon. I hope she likes everything that I have chosen. Shannon is a lovely lady and has a gorgeous web site and blog spot. She adores pink !!!!!

My mission this week is to begin Helen's Great Summer Holiday Mystery quilt blocks. I am already behind on this one but will hopefully catch up in the next week or two.

Have a great week !!



Willow Grove - Kez said...

IM loving your Gail Pan designs. My daughter is doing it but I think I might have to do one as well. I love the colours you have chosen and a great idea to cut them all out. That might have to be tomorrows job. Hope you have had a great Australia Day.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Love the pastel version...and you sound so organized...I have done my BOM of Gail's...but in the red. It'll be good to watch the progress of your one Fiona....Dzintra

Unknown said...

Love the pastel version you've done...I have mine all ready too..does make it easier to keep up...Love your fabric on the red one..very nice!!

Margaret said...

Using different fabrics and threads is a great idea, thanks for stopping by.Hoo Roo

Kimonos and Sushi(OLD BLOG) said...

I love your 2 versions of the Gail Pan Design.

Terry said...

I love both your blocks! What a great idea to do it in pastel too! Mine is stitched but not bordered yet. I can't wait to see February's block either! :0)

Kingswood Food and Craft Market said...

ok im envious, I cant stitch to save my life! You are toooo clever girl!

Ive got your parcel all set to post tommorrow. I hope you luv it ! By the way i think you're a lovely sweetie too *smiles*

Shann xo

Isabella said...

OH Fiona, I love that pastel one thats great, I will be driving to Hobart via Brighton DA so stopping for scones and Jam and to see some eye candy of the four legged type lol