I've been spending a lot of hours working on the latest landscape and here is some of the progress...
This is NOT a great photo - for one thing, it's very dull here today and difficult to get decent pictures AND I've cropped it so you can't see the area I'm currently working on (nothing exciting as yet anyway!). At this point I will ask you to wait to see the finished project because I'd like my client to be the first to see it done. I will post another photo once it has been delivered to her. Hope she likes it!
- There are some great ideas HERE for stained glass quilts.
- THIS would make great Christmas gifts (at least for those in cold climates!)
- If you're searching for some different cookie recipes for your Christmas baking, have a look at THESE. There are more HERE. And HERE too!
Another in the getting older series of quotes..."As I get older I realize that even duct tape can't fix stupid, but it can muffle the sound"
Hello Mary Anne,ReplyDelete
Good to see the landscape coming on. :-)
The stained glass quilts linky reminds me of your denim quilt. I intend to make one of those in the future!
Thank you for researching the links. Very interesting and informative!
Have a lovely day, x
Thanks Val. Hope you do make one of the denim quilts - would love to see it if you do! And glad you enjoy the links.Delete
Hi Maryanne you make the most amazing things,i love your barns and landscapes you are so clever my friend xxReplyDelete
Gosh - now I'm blushing! Thank you Sheryl!!Delete
Oh my goodness... That flannel and furry cowl looks amazing. So soft and warm! Looking forward to seeing your finished landscape!ReplyDelete
I like that cowl too - definitely cozy on those cold winter days.Delete
It's lovely! I am sure she will be delighted with it! Christine xxReplyDelete
Hope she's happy with it!Delete
Beautiful as are all of your creations! Love the link for the fuzzy cowl . . . I may have to whip a few of those up!ReplyDelete
I can see those cowls made with the current trend of buffalo plaid - so pretty!Delete
Progress looks great Mary Ann!ReplyDelete
And Christmas cookies are delicious, gingerbread being one of my favorites. I also
really like peanut butter fudge.
I haven't had gingerbread for years and am ashamed to admit I've never had peanut butter fudge...must rectify that this year!Delete
Love the cowl scarf! Thank you for the linkReplyDelete
I think a number of people liked that scarf too.Delete
All those cookies. Thanks. Enjoy your progress on landscape.ReplyDelete
Sorry 'bout all the cookie temptations! At least they're not fattening if you just look at them - it's the eating that gets you.Delete