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Sunday, 24 March 2013

Sunday morning


Battening down the hatches today. Coffee, flapjack, a coal fire....


I made a long cushion for my pew, using some fabric I bought at Peterborough Antiques Fair, and an old nylon eiderdown for padding. Total cost = £7.50. The fabric is an old curtain, much-washed linen, sun faded and tumbled.


I've started a new project. I'm making a full sized patchwork for our bed. I have no idea if I'll be able to do this, but at least the bit with the squares is straightforward, and I'm having great fun choosing my fabrics. I'm going for a palette of reds and florals, I want it to be bright and cheerful. 


In the meantime, I'm enjoying the pretty old Durham quilt I found at the fair on Friday.


Definitely having a colourful moment...


Stay warm, everyone.

8 comments:

  1. Very colourful, love those floral bits! :) x

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  2. Colourful and cozy, it's just the ticket for this wintry weather.

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  3. Your choice of fabric is inspiring me to start quilting.

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  4. Your patchwork is lovely.I love all the patterns and colours you have chosen for it.

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  5. Oooh that's going to be a beautiful quilt! And I've just spotted your lovely Seasalt dress, stunning. Well done on tracking it down and enjoy wearing it when the sun comes out xx

    Thanks for your popping by my blog xx

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  6. There' s some lovely fabric in your patchwork - hope you post a pic when its finished. Karen xx

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    1. I will Karen, but it may be some time :)

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