Thursday, 19 September 2013

Cuppa Time

I think it is time for a cuppa,  it seems a long time since we have had one together.

My first visit was to Alsha's Space.Alisha is playing pay it forward and is part of the Down Under Doll Quilt Swap.

http://alshasspace.blogspot.com.au/

Karen from http://karensquiltscrowscardinals.blogspot.com.au/
has completed her Winter Apple appliqué.  Beautiful.


Clever Jennifer from http://glindaquilts.blogspot.com.au/ has designed a lovely crisp looking quilt using white blues and yellows.

There are some awesome crazy patch blocks to drool over at http://cqjp2013.blogspot.com.au/ 
I love looking at the amazing talents displayed on each block.

There is a fabric give away over at http://www.redpepperquilts.com/

One of my favourite blogs is http://blog.maryquilts.com/  Mary makes and designs string quilts and is a member of Heartstring Quilts, an of online quilters who make and donate string quilts for charities. http://heartstringsquiltproject.com

Pam from http://www.threadingmyway.com/   Has made a lovely creation for the Sew Many Books series


My cuppa time has come to an end hubby is hurrying me alone we are off to Toowoomba for my father in laws birthday 


9 comments:

  1. Thank you for all the info on "what's on in bloginland" I too seem have got out of blogging.
    Keep up the good work Pauline.

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    1. I am glad you viewed my latest post and look forward to reading all about your projects when you are ready to blog again cheers Pauline

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  2. Thank you for mentioning me, Pauline, you're very sweet :) and I shall pop in and see all the other blogs you've highlighted. Enjoy the birthday celebrations!

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    1. You are welcome Jennifer I like your quilt design and the colours look great together. Cheers Pauline

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  3. I love visiting the blogs you mention! They're always fun to see!

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  4. Thanks for the shout out Pauline! And so happy you stopped by. Love little Bob in his feed tin - we have a yellow naped Amazon named Cayman. Birds are fun! Have a wonderful day and thanks again. Hugs, Karen

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    1. Hi Karen I love looking at and reading about your creations. Cheers Pauline

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  5. Thanks for visiting my blog Pauline... Yes, well we seem to have more than our fair share of the huntsman variety... Someone told me that the huntsman is the natural predator of the white tail spider... I don't know what disturbs me more - that we have an abundance of huntsman or their food source...Take care now...

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