Friday, 4 March 2016

Fun Fruday

Hi there!
What are you up to today?

It's Friday - so the world feels right again (for me) and I can sew a few more pieces to the Honey Bees, make a Postcard for my PC swap partner, make the Bitty block for Monday.....
Lots to do, but Im having such a great time sewing now that my arm is co-operating...



A while ago my friend Ulrike from Germany asked me to make a Snail pattern. She wanted to make a wall hanging . Just look at how wonderful everything turned out.... I love it! its sooooo cool. Maybe I will make her a 'mate' as well.

 The snail pattern is 12" and available in my Craftsy Shop.


What have you been up to this week?
Link up your amazing projects and lets all have a look...
Thanks



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Have a Great Week-End!



9 comments:

Jodie Tawn said...

Lovely snail!
I'm still working on my windmills, but up to joining the pieces now!

Lori Smanski said...

this is so adorable. i love that he is smiling with a heart. great job.
quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

Cathy Melancon said...

What a cute snail! I love the heart on his shell!! You are so creative! Glad your arm is better and have a wonderful,weekend!

Ulrike said...

You make me prickling by writing that perhaps once you would design a mate for the snail , immediately I got a picture in my head with a second cute snail - looking to the Heartsnail and wearing a bow tie around the neck

I love your designs and it's wonderful that you are soooooooooo cretive and busy !
Embrace you
Ulrike

tubakk said...

I love those snails.

Kathy said...

That snail is so cute! I love how she managed to place the shell fabric so perfectly with the lines on the fabric moving in the right direction of the shell's swirl.

simwave.ca said...

Knowing the different elements also enable us to describe and detail an artist’s artwork.. Great work guys, Please keep on sharing.

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Sandra die Puppenhexe said...

The worm is so great, it made ​​me smile.
Greetings Sandra

Afton Warrick said...

Yes, it's only right that your love snail have a mate.