Monday, November 24, 2008

Jenny's been busy :-)

** Late edit for somewhat better picture :-) **

Isn't this quilt just lovely? It belongs to my friend Jenny S - I just started quilting on it this morning, and it's a pleasure to work on. The quilt itself is so simple, but so effective, and the darling bright fabrics really just make it sing.

Over the weekend, I spent some quiet time hand quilting on my Holiday Wholecloth table topper. It's a Christmas project, there is no way it's going to be ready for this Christmas, and at the rate I'm going, probably not the next one either. But that's not the point, I'm enjoying the process, and that's what matters :-)

Thank you all for your kind wishes and get well messages. I've had three days worth of antibiotics now, and while I'm still quite croaky, I'm definitely on the mend.


Cherold said...

This is a bright, happy, love it!!


Rose Johnston said...

Im so behind on blogs.....take it easy and get better soon!!! Love this quilt ur quilting, but take care of u!!
Hugs xxx

Shari said...

Congratulations to Jenny! The quilt is stunning! Hope you continue to get better.

Anonymous said...

I just finished looking at your blog entries for the past year.
You are an amazing quilter and very organized. Your skill level is tops and your choice of colors is incredible. I just realized you are in Australia. Your fellow quilters there are all very good and have great magizines too. Look forward to the new movie with Nicole Kidman. Have a good Holiday season.

loulee said...

Wow, what a bright and zingy quilt.

Good that you're feeling better now.

Toni said...

Glad you are feeling better. That quilt is lovely. Get some rest.


Nancy said...

What a lovely quilt!!! Great balance of pink and green.

Tazzie, I've given you the 'cool blog' award.... check out my blog for details.


Feeling Simply Quilty said...

pink and green are two of my favorite color combinations. You are right simple but very nice. That smaller bright pink border just makes it.


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