Friday, February 10, 2012

Just some little bits!

Not much sewing happening here, but l do have some little bits to show you.

This delightful red house below is a treasured Christmas gift from a dear friend.
It looked super cute hanging on the tree,
and now its hanging all year round in my kitchen.

A few more houses to join my village.

And some postage stamp blocks l am making for a swap, that will run over 18 months.
55 blocks to be made by end of July. Think l can do that!!
It's been fun digging through my  fabrics.

For those of you who have booked and are coming to
here is a sneak peak at one of the projects you will be making.
Looks yummy!! Only 5 more weeks to wait.

If you had been thinking of coming, but not booked yet,
l know Friday is fully booked, but there are still a few spots
left for our Saturday gathering on the 17th March.
Looking forward to seeing you then if you are coming.

l am heading off tomorrow for our first Castlemaine Applique Group meeting for the year.
Hope to have some great show and tell next week.

Thanks for visiting.


  1. I made my first three little houses today - I can understand why people say they're addictive! LOL Lots of fun.

  2. Your little houses are very cute Linda. Jan and I are going to Castlemaine tomorrow for the first time and are really looking forward to it and catching up with you too.

  3. Love the little house. Esp love the postage stamp blocks. Very pretty!

  4. I just love your little houses and your little red house ornament. Sometimes, all you need is a little bit of sewing. I cannot wait to see your applique show and tell.

  5. Darling little houses! and I love your blog header!!!

  6. I love your houses. I am making them too.

  7. Lovely houses, the red one on the top, I saw it on a blog already. Love it! I'm also making the small houses. The "Aussie"quilt I'm making (from your pattern) is making progress. 20 of the 25 blocks are done. It's going to be a lovely quilt. Have a nice weekend! Hugs, Margreet

  8. I love your houses and I'am building them too, it's such a lovely thing to do.
    The one for the kitchen is gorgeous so nice to see him everytime you walk into your kitchen.
    hugs, Ellen

  9. What sweet little blocks you are working on!! Have a fun weekend!


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