Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Back in the saddle again...

My break from my sewing room gave me a boost of enthusiasm and I managed to get 4 more blocks for my 1880 sampler made and the patterns written. 
I need to get ahead because the next 3 months will be very busy. 
Using the leaders and enders method, I am also getting closer to finishing Pinwheels for Caroline.

Here are some of the best results from my photography lessons with my cousin.
I also used Picassa to soften the edges of the photos. 
Low Blue Mist Penstemon 
Scarlet Paintbrush
Western Paintbrush

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful blocks and flowers !

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  2. Glad to have you back and sewing again ! Gorgeous blocks and your photos of the flowers are just beautiful .

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  3. Beautiful blocks and wildflowers.

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  4. Looking forward to making those gorgeous blocks :0) and having some me quilting time. Soon... plus a couple of days in the mountains to recharge my spirit. Love the new photos, the colors are intense! Tho, my fav is the Western Paintbrush with the texture of the wood. Beautiful!

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  5. Your blocks are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing those gorgeous wild flower photos :D

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  6. Welcome back! Does the sole good to take a little ike you did.

    Your pictures are great and as usual so are are your blocks!

    Carolyn :)

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  7. Very pretty blocks, Cheryl. Breaks are good - as long as they aren't too long! Nice photos, too.

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  8. Gorgeous blocks Cheryl, and such a lot of detail in them as well!!
    Enjoyed the photos too!!!

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  9. Your blocks are so pretty! What a fun quilt to be making.
    The flowers are gorgeous too. Nature is so wonderful.

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