A few weeks ago I had the wonderful privilege of meeting a blogging friend.
We had planned a trip visit to my in-laws in Massachusetts. As you all know by now, they live close to one of my favourite quilt shops. What a perk!
Anyhow, that Saturday, The Quilted Crow was hosting their monthly Breakfast Club. I thought perhaps Linda, from A Simple Life, would like to join me, and she did. What a wonderful time we had! So much so that we went to a coffee shop to continue our visit! I so enjoyed her company!
A couple of weeks ago I received this lovely note from Linda.
I am so glad that we had a change to meet in person.
Wow! Now I have two perks for when I visit my in-laws! lol
Thank you again Linda for your company!
On the renovation front, we've moved back into our living-room! Yea! Oh and the heat is functional again. You just never know in the north! lol
Now, I did mention in my prior blog entry that I have been stitchn' away! ;o) Well, get a load of this!
Voila! Block 7 (seven) of Hocuspocusville!
Have I shown you block 8(eight) yet?
I'm telling you those 2 (two) little thimbles are marvelous! I can go on for days on end! It's great!
Thanks for stopping by! I'm off to do some more hand embroidery! You never know, I may have that quilt done by Halloween!
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Friendship and stitchn' away ....!
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I know you and Libby had tons of fun.
Your Hocuspocusville is looking fabulous.
I love the embroidery blocks. Tooo cute. Your going to be ready for Halloween aren't you?
Your blocks are wonderful!
As usual, I am loving Hocuspocusville! Your work is wonderful!
Hocuspocusville is definitely on my 'to do' list. Do you carry the pattern in your shop, Carole? We just might be planning a trip to Rouses Point in the VERY near future. *wink*
What fun to meet a blogging friend and visit a quilt shop at the same time!!!
Your stitching looks fabulous. Your will be finished with those in no time at all. I always find it so relaxing.
I love that Halloween pattern and your blocks look great. Can't wait to see it finished!
Don't you mean Libby?
I love the underthimble too - have used it for quite a few years now.
I love those Halloween blocks!
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