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Saturday, July 10, 2010

A Wonky Finish

Only 10 days late for Myra's PhD Challenge but an early finish for July's OPAM. (Please click on their logos on my right sidebar to read more.)

My version of Wonky Houses is finished! Ta-da!


Way back in February 2009, Jenny of ELEFANTZ created this mini block of the month wall hanging as a gift to we crafters.



My stitcheries have been patiently waiting for the time to come when they could become one as a wall hanging to adorn my walls. That is if DD doesn't wisk them away as per her initial comment...she also suggested the vine machine quilting.


Now back to that log cabin quilt. All my projects seem to require patience as they wait for progress.

11 comments:

Shari said...

What a great wall hanging! I love these wonky houses -

Julie said...

love the quilting narelle. well done!

Myra said...

Wonky Houses wall-quilt looking great Narelle! Good job on the quilting!!! 8-)

marina said...

Well done Narelle!
Cross that off the list.
I hope you finish your log cabin soon, that's the one in browns isn't it. Can't wait.
Have a good day Monday!
Marina

orchidlover said...

What a great wallhanging. I love how you've put the blocks together

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Wow Narelle...your houses look fantastic, the quilt is perfect.

Kerry said...

Looks like you found some stitching time. Looks great! Look forward to seeing it for real.

Daniƫlle said...

What a lovely little village!! Lots of happy sewing on your next project! Hugs, Daniƫlle

Aunty said...

The wonky houes look great. I love the quilting. You have done a great job.

Joy said...

They turned out great Narelle, gawjus quilting too!!!
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Maree: said...

They are so cute...Looking Good.
cheers

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