Friday, August 17, 2012

Quilts and a little R&R


 Pansy flowers are so lovely, and the material has been in a stash for a couple years.. sewn together in squares.. and put aside..  until a couple of weeks ago when the bug bit and I have been sewing just about everyday...:)) Stitch in the ditch is what I did for this quilt..   I am not real good at the hand quilting.. so the easier the better for me..








As for the R&R,, The Chef and I took a few days off and drove down the river to
George Town/Low Head..The sun shone in the mornings which gave us time to visit the Pilot Station at Low Head,est. in 1805( which is now open as a Maritime museum..) link here




It looks like a very wet weekend, A great time to finish off a few more crochet items. 


Remember these little gems??? well DIL of eldest Son is going to make me a granny .. I love this pattern it is so easy to make all in one piece . Gotta be happy
with that..
Ok . thats it from my part of the world.. Stay safe and well . Happy crafting :))..


10 comments:

knitalatte said...

Congratulations on your news, how exciting for you and your family.
I just adore your little baby jackets, very cute.

Debi Y. said...

Congratulations! Love the quilt and the baby sweaters. :)

Cheryl said...

Congratulations, a granny, how exciting. Looks like you've been really busy. x

vikki said...

congrats on the grandma front..love the baby sweaters..I have never made one. glad to see a post from you, I was wondering what was up with you. Blessings

pattas said...

Thankyou ladies for your kind words.
@ Nettie, Love to get together and show you how to make a triangle :)) BLogging friends.............
If you don't receive a personal email from me it is because your message does not allow me to reply...
Have a great day everyone :))

Tania @ Out Back said...

Oh I remember those cut little boleros. I made a gorgeous pink and white one for my first daughter 31 years ago...my, how time flies!! I think I still have the pattern somewhere :)

Congratulations on becoming a granny!

xx

Aussie Maria said...

Congrats Grandma!!! Beautiful work

chrisartist said...

Congratulations on your wonderful news.
I used to make thse jackets!!
Love the pansies.
Chris

quiltjude said...

Ooh lovely news, and those little jackets are adorable, nothing nicer than a baby in wool :)

pattas said...

Hello just see your blog and I love your work and good I can not help to tell you that your triplets beautiful and great, but it was wonderful because I have triplets and is also a gift of God, I congratulate you for your work and for your family kisses .

Translated for aguero Sandra..from Spanish