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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

January OPAM

I can only show you this much of my 'Purple Pressie' ... my first finish for January and the OPAM Challenge.

As the name would suggest, it's a present for someone who I know visits here so I'd like to keep it as a surprise for a little while longer.

I've also added another strip to the log cabin blocks yesterday and done some baking this morning.

My sewing frenzy has come to an end as it's back to work tomorrow, however I do hope to be able to share more log cabin progress next week ... that's if you're not getting sick of them yet.

Happy Stitching

9 comments:

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Ohhh..it does look lovely, can't wait to see the rest...congrats on your finish....Peg OPAM 2010

Lurline said...

Lovely to see your sneak-peek - it is looking just lovely!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Jeanette said...

Lovely Narelle but then i'm very partial to purple. :) Hugs, Jeanette

Scottish Nanna said...

it looks lovely i like purple to it reminds me of lilacs.
Hugs Mary.

Kerry said...

Someone being sneaky this morning?? That's not much of a clue! Love the fishes.....but what the heck is a Phd? Thought that was something medical??

marina said...

couldn't see the pic?, will try again later. I went back today and we were flat out most of the day. I missed not having an afternoon stitch while watching a dvd!

Is it too soon to say 9 weeks to go......?
cheers
Marina

clare's craftroom said...

I never get sick of seeing your lovely work and that purple is beautiful !

Myra said...

Never bored with something to see Narelle! You have plenty of variety!
I look forward to the reveal of this Purple Pressie! 8-)
Love your Playing in the Pond!
Hope all is well when you head back to work!
Happy stitchings!

Cath Ü said...

we love to look at what you have made... so log cabin away as much as you like...
Cath Ü

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