Miss Marge has finally arrived to the afternoon tea. I say..... she was fashionably late! ;o)
I truly enjoyed working on these ladies. They brought a smile to my face.
On the life front, it has been crazy busy as of late. Many distractions, keeping me away from quilting and hand embroidery.
Today, I barely made it to my Friday quilting bee. DD is having a slumber party tonight and there was so much to do.
Clean, clean clean, it's mud season you know! lol
On another note, I thought I would introduce you to a recent addition, George II also know as Beamer.
Isn't he such a pretty boy?
He's one of my quilt inspectors. He loves quilting so much that he makes his home in my sewing studio.
I recently lost George I a few weeks ago. He had been with me for more then 3 (three) years. He loved music and the humming of my sewing machines. I'm hoping that Beamer will also. He has certainly adapted very well to his new home.
Thank you for stopping by! I'm off to do a bit of blog catching up. It's amazing how quickly I fall behind. Have a great weekend everyone!
Friday, April 11, 2008
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You're embroidering up a storm, Girl! Really looks great too. Enjoy the party - hehehe - with the girls. Hugs!
I love looking at your blocks whenever you post...they represent so much work!! Love your helper...one of our beta fish jumped right out of his bowl one day...good thing I was there to rescue him back into his environment!
Your stitchery looks great! I love those girls. And your new quilting inspector looks like he is enjoying himself as well.
George II (Beamer) is a handsome guy. He'll enjoy your sewing space and spending time with you!
Gotta love Marge! LOL
Fashionably late is always appropriate. She is darling - just like the rest of her tea party friends.
I do like your new quilt inspector. What beautiful colors!
Beamer´s blue color is beautiful. And miss Marge is as cute as the other ladies.
Miss Marge is adorable. Better late, than never.
Beamer's a beautiful color. He is a beta? I have my fish in my office.
Your stitchery is excellent, did you end up using any interfacing on the back? Your new friend will be nice company while sewing.
Hope the slumber party was fun . . .nothing like a gaggle of giggling girls late into the night *s*
Hi there! Love your embroidery! I have been visiting your blog for a long while now! Beautiful bird! I am originally from Ottawa but also live in upstate NY now... little south of where you are, I think.
Your redwork ladies are so cute!
I love Marge! She could come to my teaparty anytime, and even be late! I love your embroidery!
so sorry about George I, the new George is very pretty, I'm picturing applique............
the little Misses are coming along well.........
Great handwork! Your new quilting mate looks like he's lending support...LOL
Being a big Bronwyn Hayes fan from way back, it's lovely to see what you've been stitching. The Girls are gorgeous.
Beamer is just beautiful! Hannes' original name was Beamer when we got him from the breeder, they have something in common! Love, love, love your redwork gals!
I had a fish like that once. They are so pretty. Mine didn't last to long though. I should get another one, Ethan would enjoy it.
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