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Anne Marieke

Thursday, November 17, 2011

WOW: Birds and Berries Block 1

It is Thursday already in Holland, so I'm too late for WOW, but I'm hoping to just make it to Esther's WOW before it closes.

As I was still struggling with colour choices for my first block of Berries and Bluebirds by Gail Pan, Kruimel decided to give me a helping paw. He has never before seen his mummy struggle for so long on one block!


After a bit of reshuffling, he came up with this:


Did I mention I love his paws?


Yesterday I *finally* managed to complete the first block. Please excuse the creases. I couldn't iron the block because the tracing hadn't quite vanished (for those who don't use magic tracing pens, the lines vanish by themselves but if you iron them, they are fixed forever).





Since Christmas will be upon us in less than six weeks, and after seeing Lynette Anderson's completed quilt, I pulled out my Christmas Fun project to see at what point it had got abandoned for something much more 'interesting' at that time. These are the WIPS of block 1 and 2, which still need quite a bit of work:





Thanks for all your lovely comments!

4 comments:

Michele said...

Love the new version of your B&B! Kruimel did a fantastic job helping you sort things out! :))

Giovanna said...

What great sewing - Kruimel chose very well :-)

Glenda said...

Cleaver Kruimet, he is well named!!!!!! He sure is a beautiful creature. Cheers

Esther said...

Ha ha! Love his paws too! How wonderful to have such an eager helper. What beautiful work you have here this week! Looks great!