Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The reveal !

In an earlier post I showed sneak peaks of the project I had made for the Once a Season Swap , well I just got an email from Sharon letting me know my package had arrived so I can now show you what I sent to her . First off was this table topper in fall colors with oak leaves and I added a few maple leaves since it was coming from Canada . This pattern was designed by Kim van Rossum of Harbour Quilts here in Nova Scotia .




I also made this needlecase in a fall design again with oak leaves , this pattern is one by Nancy Halvorsen of Art to Heart and is fun to make and rather cute I thought . I hope Sharon enjoys these items as much as I enjoyed making them for her .
 It is another snowy blowy day here in Nova Scotia , at least in our area , I am getting just a little tired of all the snow , no, I am really really tired of the snow .Tomorrow is suppose to be sunny maybe that will brighten my day a little more ;-) Hope you are having a super day , snowing or not .
 hugs Sheila

13 comments:

  1. Sheila, both the table topper and the needle case are lovely. I really like the design of that case...have never seen one like it before. You make the most wonderful things!

    Have a great day, and try to enjoy that snow! :o)

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  2. Very pretty! I love them both but that needle case is so sweet! :0)

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  3. Sheila....they are both super ....I love vines and leaves...where could I find that needle case pattern....I love it!!! You did a very nice job on them both....

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  4. Oh I love those fabrics you used in your projects! I just love that needlecase too! I've been going to make myself one of those. I am sure you gal will love these!

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  5. Both gorgeous. The fabrics are lovely. Hugs,

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  6. The table topper and needlcase are both lovely. The colours make you feel all warm and cosy. Love the applique. I know what you mean about weather. We are having 4 seasons in one day at the moment. Rain, wind, cool mornings(for us anyway) and horrible humid days.At least everyday is a surprise I guess.

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  7. They are both beautiful - Sharon is a lucky one!

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  8. Both are lovely. The tabletopper would look great in my kitchen. I'll trade you a snow day for some much too early spring time weather. We had on shorts yesterday!

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  9. Both tabletopper and needlecase are so beatiful, very nice. You are so good in making applique.

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  10. Lovely projects Sheila they really have that autumnal feel.

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  11. Your workmanship is superb. I just have to get me that book... this is the second item (needle case)you've made that i just LOvE! You have a talent for sure! :)

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