Monday, May 20, 2013

A Cuppa and a Catch Up!

Happy Monday everyone! It has finally quit raining here in Georgia and the sun is shining and the birds are singing. Thank goodness! We were starting to get quite waterlogged. I thought as I sat here and enjoyed this beautiful morning, a warm cup of tea and butter cookies that I would share a little of what I have been up to over the weekend.
I have been working on my Inchy Hexies for my May partner in the Inchy Hexagon Flower Swap. These will be headed to the Netherlands when completed.
I started out in Tennessee.

Then on to Richmond!

And finally ended up in London Square!
Whew! Maybe that is why I felt like having a spot of tea and working on some English Paper Piecing.
So, where have you been and what have you been working on? I would love to see it!
Linking up to Tessa of  The sewing Chick for this weeks Let's get Acquainted!

Thank you so very much for stopping by! I love to read your comments and cherish each and every word!

16 comments :

  1. You've been on quite a trip! And those blocks are beautiful :)

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    1. Thanks Janine! I fell behind on my Pam Kitty Civil war blocks during "It's For the Birds" blog hop, so now I am trying to get caught up.Thank you for stopping by!

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  2. Lovely blocks!! Enjoy your sunshine!

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    1. Thanks Deborah! I really hope the sun will dry up some of the mudpuddles :)

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  3. All of your projects are so lovely. I love the fabrics.

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    1. Thanks Jessica. Pam Kitty Love Fabrics are one of my favorite lines. It is really fun to work with them.

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  4. Sweet! Love the first pic with the cuppa tea.

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    1. Thank you! I love to be surrounded with some of my favorite things when I get time to do some handsewing.
      Thank you for stopping by.

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  5. Gorgeous blocks and sweet hexes!! Darling culpa tea!! Have a great week! xo Heather

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    1. Thank you Heather. I hope my Hexie Swap partner likes them.She is in the Netherlands and she is saving her hexies from all over the world, stitching the makers name and country in the center and plans on making a quilt with them. I would love to see her quilt one day!
      Thank you for stopping by. Have a great week
      Jan

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  6. First of all, I love the photo with the tea and cookies and your hexies! Just makes me happy! And second, I loooove your Pam Kitty blocks!! Adorable! I am jealous that you live on a farm in North Georgia - it must be beautiful!! Thanks for linking up today!!

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    1. Hi Tessa,
      Thank you for stopping by! Pam kitty Love fabric is one of my all time favorite lines of fabric. It just makes me happy working with it!
      Have fun.
      Jan

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  7. I love your blocks and I almost started this quilt also - but I had just started the BOM Terrier Town which done with the same Pam Kitty fabrics. So nice to see your progress.

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    1. Hi Linda,
      I had just seen the Terrier Town and was going to sign up for it when FQS posted about the Civil War QAL. I wanted to use the quilt on a bed, so I decided on the PKL Civil War and I am making 12" instead of 8" blocks. I hope I will have enough fabric left over to make Terrier Town or at least a few blocks for maybe throw pillows. Have fun!
      Jan

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  8. Jan, lovely blocks and I love the fabrics you have used. I am just about to become a new follower of your blog too.

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    1. Thank you! I love working with these bright cheery fabrics. Even the black seems cheery.lol
      Cheers
      Jan

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