Monday, December 30, 2013

An Entertaining Afternoon and OPAM…

Yesterday afternoon a small group of ladies spent a few hours being entertained by Cathy Miller, The Singing Quilter and her husband John at my friend Sue’s home.

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It was such an enjoyable relaxing afternoon..
Thank you Cathy and John.  Also Sue and Joe for opening your home for the “In House Concert….”



Last OPAM for the year…… Once again Peg and Kris have organised us all year and I look forward to joining again in 2014. Thank you ladies….


Alexis's Cushion 2013

Alexis’s Huge Cushion……



Mia's Quilt 2013
Mia’s quilt…


Marcus’s quilt…….




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Elf Christmas Mini…..




Jan's Santa Sack 2013

Red Hen Stitchery…….




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Christmas Bauble…



Can’t believe it will be New Year’s Eve tomorrow.. this year has just flown by far too quickly…



                            Wishing you All a Happy and Creative 2014…..


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Hugz  Maria..


19 comments:

  1. They came to her house? How exciting!! They visited our little community church up on Cape Breton, Canada a few years ago and were so delightful! Love all the projects shown, but esp. enjoyed the Red Hen Stitchery!! Happy New Year, Maria! I hope 2014 is kind to you.

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  2. oh what fun! and I love that Red Hen stitchery! Love everything you do. Here's to a productive & fun 2014

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  3. How fun to have the singing quilter!!!

    Your projects are wonderful, as usual. I love the red hen stitchery.

    Have a wonderful new year.

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  4. Sounds like a fun afternoon! Your projects are gorgeous, I love your red stitchery. Lovely gifts received in the previous post too! Wendy xx

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  5. Wow, lucky you getting to spend an afternoon with the singing quilter! Your projects are lovely as always Maria, I too especially love the red hen stitchery! Happy New Year to you as well :-)

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  6. Wow , what fun to be entertained by the singing quilter . Lots of lovely projects done in December , you were extra busy . Happy New Year Maria .

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  7. Sounds like you had a lovely afternoon, beautiful projects I especially love the elf stitchery :) Barb.

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  8. Well I sing when I quilt too... it's just that NO-ONE else would want to listen...lol
    Wonderful projects done in Dec...
    Happy New Year Maria... see you in 2014 xx

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  9. Great finishes Maria. Cathy and John came to our quilting guild a few years ago. They were great. Wishing you a Happy New Year! See you in 2014! Hugs, Christine

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  10. lots of beautiful projects finished for the month.
    Hope you have a wonderful new year's eve, and that 2014 will be another crafty year!

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  11. What a fabulous quilting year you have had Maria - so many beautiful goodies.

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  12. More amazing finishes Maria....thank you so much for being an OPAMER,,,

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  13. Great finishes Maria! And how lovely to be entertained for the afternoon!!

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  14. Lots of wonderful finishes! Happy new year.

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  15. Looks like you had a lot of fun, and lovely New Years finishs. Have a good new years

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  16. Happy New Year, nice work you've been doing, love the GGrandies quilts and cushion. Wasn't Cathy fabulous....we are so lucky.

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  17. Happy New Year. I'm looking forward to another year of seeing all your wonderful sewing. Hugs

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  18. Happy New Year, Maria xo
    I'm loving the look of all the gifts & items in these posts... the quilt for Marcus is a great one!
    I look forward to keeping in touch during 2014 - happy sewing, lovely lady! x

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  19. Hi Maria,
    Happy New Year! I do read your blog, but haven't left many comments - sorry! I don't know if you follow the PNG Quilts blog (http://pateaquilts.blogspot.com.au/)that I created for the quilts donated for the PNG babies, but just want you to know that your four quilts are now over there with the others, and will be distributed to the native families within the next few weeks. My cousin plans to photograph each quilt with its new owner, and I'll be publishing them on my blog as I get them.

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