Saturday, 8 March 2014

FNWF Slow and Steady

Ok ... So my best laid plans survived!  I may not have got to sit down with Miss Hen as early as I'd hoped but I did get to thread up and get some blanket stitching done.


Thank you Cheryll for another lovely Friday evening stitching with friends.

17 comments:

  1. lovely choocken....
    well done.

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  2. I love chooks too. Some stitching is always better than none.

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  3. Love your chooky, even a little bit of stitching is better than none at all :) Barb.

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  4. It's all progress in the right direction - completion.

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  5. Miss Hen looks lovely Narelle. I was looking at your previous post & your photos. You must be devastated at the difference 12 months has made. Are you hoping things will change over winter?

    My husband told me recently that Perth keeps breaking records weather wise at the moment and we have had the driest summer in a long time. Only 2mm of rain since the end of Nov and pretty much none in sight. There's been plenty up North this year though. Hopefully we will get some rain soon as the gardens are looking a bit worse for wear, although not as bad as yours.

    Hope you had a great weekend. Cheers, Tracy.

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  6. Gorgeous chooky. Thanks for stitching with me.

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  7. You and Miss Hen can come over anytime! She's a CuTie !!! :)

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  8. Every stitch is a stitch of progress.

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  10. Can't wait to see her finished, she looks like a nice mother hen!!
    Barb :)

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  11. Every little bit helps. Hoping to get some sewing time in today. Your chook is going to be so cute!

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  12. She's a lovely hen Narelle - is she a quilt block or a mini-quilt?

    As for those 'now vs year ago' images, they are proof of how dry it's been for so long...
    In my part of the world (similar area to Tracy up there) we have also just set some sad records of our own... we've not even had so much as a summer storm to wash the dust off the gardens!

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  13. Miss Hen is looking great, what will you make out of her?

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  14. Such a cute chook. Visiting from FNSI

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