Wednesday, February 16, 2011

This That and the Other.!

The last week or so has gone so fast I've also had a few days on my own as Himself has had to travel to Sydney and Tasmania on business . That means I stay up late  and get stuff done.  The other night I went out to put the bin out and found this.

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I think It’s sometimes called The Queen of the Night.

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They have an unusual perfume and only last for 1 night. There was a huge plant of these on the boundary, but the idiots that lived next door had a fire right next to it and killed it, luckily I had taken a cutting from it so still have it in my garden.

I've signed up for The Sue Spargo Block of the Month and got my first block last week. I have the main part stitched down.IMG_0255

I also went in Quilting Bloggers Mug Rug Swap, These are some I made. There so cute and useful.

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And These I love fabric with Cherries On. Love eating cherries too. !

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I have some lovely fabric with coffee cups and pots etc to make some more, Too late for the swap though.

Today I quilted to quilts , I love the bright colours in this one .

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This one is Cherish Nature , I have already made one in this and  this Is The one my friend made.

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I am also working on a couple of Challenge quilts just small ones and will have photo’s of those soon.

There is probably other things too but that's all till next time .

3 comments:

Julie said...

You have been a very busy bee! Love the show and tell as always, the Queen of the night is just beautiful too!

Wendy said...

You have really been busy.....your flower is gorgeous! I love these and I have several of them. Here in the states we call them Night Blooming Orchids......just gorgeous! They only bloom here between midnight and 3am......but I stay up every year to see them......

jen said...

Love the flowers! I tried to grow one at the house but must have put it in the wrong place. You are the greenfingers!

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