Fun in my fabric world....

Thursday, February 24, 2011

SAL continues!

Under the leadership of the always motivating Chookyblue & the Stitch a long group, I completed my Gardeners Journal quilt...after it languishing in my basket for FAR toooo long! I was happy to have the support of like minded stitchers and it has been great to watch their progress.
In March we will start Tis the Season by Natalie Bird. Great little festive stitcheries.
I may not do them all & I have plans for my setting, but I found some funky fabric with a Christmas theme... I think it will add a bit of zing to Christmas this year!
Cardygirl xx

16 comments:

BubzRugz said...

Great fabrics... I am going to do SAL this year too... but haven't decided on the fabrics yet ....
Hugz

suzitee said...

Love love love your fabrics...and zing is just the right word to describe them :) My first order of fabrics for my SAL arrived today...it's getting exciting!

Cubby House Crafts said...

oh your fabrics are just gorgeous!!
Lisa

SandyN said...

Nice choice... beautiful and bright.


Sandyn

gracie said...

I have enjoyed watching everyone's progress with the Gardner's Journal and look forward to Tis the Season...you all did a wonderful job...I hope to try one this summer myself...will let you know....may need a puch!

Chookyblue...... said...

nice fabrics Cardygirl........glad you were part of the GJ SAL and that your joining in with the new one too.........

Farmyard Crafts said...

Cute fabric! I'm excited to see how different everyones is going to look....!

Lynn said...

Contemplating a move to Australia so I can join in!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Lovely fabrics Cardy.... Mmmm maybe I should read the pattern and see what I required. I was thinking of a jelly roll?

teresa said...

LURVE the fabrics you've chosen. It's going to look so fresh and bright. xx

Quilt Kitty said...

Love your blog. Just going to check out Freda's Hive & that beautiful bag pattern. A good tip for handles is check out the op shops for old bags with great handles & you can usually pick them up for $2 - 5.00, much less than the shops or mail order. Lots of different types too. Tracee xx

wishes, true and kind said...

Funky Christmas! Can't wait to see that!

Deb said...

Great fabrics you have chosen. I'm sure it will be very festive.

Michele said...

What great Christmas fabrics :) Have fun with them!

Chocolate Cat said...

Oh I like your 'funky fabrics'! So many different choices of fabric for this one, it will be fun to see them all finished!

Janice said...

Looking forward to seeing your bright and cheerful version.