Wednesday, February 10, 2010

no longer in a bag…

 IMG_2689 IMG_2684 IMG_2685 IMG_2686 IMG_2687 A couple of  months ago I found four stitcheries and  this fabric in a bag…..so I decided to make table runners using the stitcheries…they are a Cinderberry Stitches Design…Vintage Garden…so this is number two table runner…which means another OPAM Finish for Feb. My mum came home from hospital yesterday – 5 weeks in hospital after breaking her hip, she is doing extremely well, she is still using the walker but can also get around with the stick….now for the hard bit to make sure she doesn’t do anything silly, she is a very keen gardener and her garden is not your basic every day garden…

Take care and have a fab day…….Peg……:>)

20 comments:

  1. Hi Peg,
    Hey, Well done on another OPAM for February.
    Ah, I've spotted some fabric in your table runner that I have stashed away!
    I hope your Mum behaves and recouperates quickly. My MIL has recently had her hip replaced and one of the most important things is to do those 400 odd excercises everyday.
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  2. Great news that your mum is home! And congrats on finishing the table runner! It's lovely! :0)

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  3. I wish I was as productive as you!!
    Your runner is just sweet..I would love to get my hands on a cinderberry pattern someday *dreams* :-)
    I hope you mother continues to be on the mend!!

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  4. Love your tablerunner Peg. I don't think I've ever seen anything "Cinderberry" that I didn't like :o) ... such a clever lady!!!
    Big hugs to your Mum and I hope she behaves and does all her exercises ;o).
    Hugs
    Joy :o)

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  5. Oh Peg that is SO cute! And yay, another finish! Glad your mum's home and doing well, five weeks is a long time to be in the hospital!

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  6. You are on fire. I love that stitchery with the little fur balls so cute. Glad you Mum is doing okay.

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  7. Great news about your Mum coming home - will make your life a little easier too. The tablerunner is lovely - amazing what we find stashed away.

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  8. Wow Peg where do you find the time?
    I love this stichery so cute. Please post some pics of your Moms garden I love gardens even if my thumb is not so green. :)

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  9. What a waste these cute stitcheries were in a bag! Glad you found them and made such a lovely table runner. Love the cute fabrics!

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  10. What insanely cute little birdies! Good to hear your mom is doing so well, but feeling better does make one want to do too much. Stay on top of her!

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  11. Cute stitcheries, and a lovely table runner....

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  12. Beautiful table runner, Peg!

    DO make sure your Mother doesn't push herself too hard! Tell her she only needs to do a little each day for those finishes, for what she wants to get done!

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  13. So glad your Mum is home again. Maybe she can enjoy her garden by sitting out with a cup of tea but not doing too much 'weeding'!!!

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  14. I really like that tablerunner! Glad to hear your mum is doing fine.

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  15. So pleased to hear your Mum is home and doing well.

    Your table runner is so cute.

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  16. HI Peg, Love it when i "find" a stitchery done or nearly done......
    so pleased you Mum is doing well hope she doesn't over do it in the garden.........

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  17. Adorei este trabalho, tem um ar bastante engraçado:)))

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  18. Love these stitcheries Peg and lovely fabrics too.
    So glad to hear your Mum is making a speedy recovery, I know what you mean about making sure she doesn't do too much..... They can't help themselves.

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  19. This is so lovely Peg... just love those little spikey guys (they are very very cute!!). Best wishes to your mum and I hope she takes it easy. xx

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg