Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Winner is...

I asked my son to choose a number between  one and 22. He choose 3.

Comment number 3 was  *karendianne.    who said...

"Gosh Miriam, this is absolutely beautiful. Simply simply 100% stunning. And your wreath work is really fun to look at - in progress. Thanks for sharing that."

Congratulations Karendianne!!

If you please let me know your postal details I will have the fabric in the mail to you.

Thank you to everyone who entered. :)

Monday, November 14, 2011

"No Reply" comments and giveaways.

I have noticed that there have been a couple of "no reply" comments on my giveaway.

If you are "no reply" and have no email listed in your blogger profile I cannot contact you if you win.

To change from "no reply" please go here for very clear instructions. (Chookyblue is my blogging guru!)

Thank you to everyone who has left a comment for an entry so far. Good Luck!

No sewing photos today. Here are a couple taken in my garden a few minutes ago.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Next Roseville Album block.

Block number three all finished!!
My second Friends of Baltimore block is growing slowly.   Here is my progress so far:

The outer wreath is almost done.

Anyone interested in a giveaway???  To celebrate passing the milestone of 150 posts (who would have thought I could talk that much! Lol) I have 6 fat quarters to give away.

These fabrics are from the Liberty Marylebone collection from Liberty Art Fabric  for Rowan.
I have used several fabrics from this collection in my Roseville Album blocks.
To enter simply leave a comment on this post and I will randomly choose a winner on Wednesday 16th November (AEDST). Good Luck!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Just experimenting

Something new for me.

Buttonhole stitch with a single strand of Gutterman silk over 28 guage covered florist wire. On 2 layers of fused silk organza.

Swarovski crystals and silver bugle beads.

Pink Mill Hill petite glass beads and silver filigree beads.

Pink Mill Hill glass beads, silver seed beads and Mill Hill clear petite seed beads.

Lots of experimenting.......

Inspired by here. Isn't that butterfly just breath taking!!