Sunday, November 22, 2015

FNSI X 2 ……

Friday and Saturday nights I joined Wendy and 43 others to sit and relax and sew….
First I finished this lovely “Prairie Point Star” Ornament.

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You can find the tutorial at Super Mom No Cape.. 

Then made this skinny christmas wall hanging because I found the cute wee “Hanger” somewhere in my cupboard..

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the pattern is in the “”Christmas Edition”” of Country Threads.


Next I went through my Christmas fabrics to make these wee quilts for Premmie Babies born over Christmas.

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You can read about it HERE..

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Then I wrapped these


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                                     for
Santa Sack Swap
                               and

2015

ready for the Post……

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Now I will go to visit others who stitched along with us at Wendy's 
Oh! also you can visit my DD at Playing with Tiddleywinks.. Hmmm! we both mixed up our links this month.

Happy Stitching

Hugz Maria  Smile

24 comments:

  1. My goodness you were busy this FNSI!! Love the decoration and the wall hanging...off to look at your links!

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  2. phew, I'm exhausted.... love your ornies and that long thin one is just lovely.... so good to have your parcels all done...
    Hugz

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  3. I love that wall hanging and very cute ornie. You were very busy. ...great work!

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  4. So busy
    I love your wallhanging and the star is on my TodoList this year.
    Greetings from Germany
    Iris

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  5. So many lovely things I love - the star!!! lovely idea to do some Christmas quilts for the premmie babies.

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  6. Gosh so many great projects in this post Maria, a very productive sewing time for you.

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    1. Wow you had a busy Friday Maria. Love the gorgeous decoration you made and the tree wallhanging

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  7. Hi Maria ,wow you did so well,love your decoration and your little Xmas tree hanging is gorgeous,yes I have been wrapping and sorting swap items as well,it's a big job,lol,enjoy your evening my friend xx

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  8. I've look at the NICU link. I will definitely be joining in....

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  9. I wish you would come over and help me get organized! You always accomplish so much, and you're always ahead of your deadlines. Me.....not so much. I was planning to sew late into the night last night, but I need one more fabric to continue my project. I went through my stash three times and just don't have the right thing. sigh. Great projects!

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  10. busy busy Maria! Lovely finishes my friend!

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  11. You got a lot finished. Your NICU quilts will be wonderful for those special babies. You are encouraging me to start wrapping.

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  12. My you were one busy little bee Friday night--way to go--love all the projects you made--the tree one is cute and I have some really small hangers that I keep saying I will do something with them--hummmmm???
    smiles, di

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  13. Gosh you have been busy and are very well organised with your postings!! Your two latest projects are beautiful - I love those trees!

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  14. The Prairie Point Star Ornament you made from my tutorial turned out beautiful! Thanks so much for linking to it!

    I love you skinny tree wall hanging. Sometimes you have a spot on the wall that needs a narrow wall hanging and that would be perfect.

    You're ahead of me in wrapping Santa Sack Swap gifts. I'll be wrapping up my SSS gifts in the next few days. My partner and I are lucky enough to live close enough and she's coming here next week to meet up so we can exchange gifts. I'm so excited!

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  15. Love your Christmas decorations. Hugs, xx

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  16. That decorations is just stunning. You have been very busy.

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  17. What a busy gal you have been..Love the Prairie Point Star star. The skinny tree hanging is adorable. So many special things you do for others...The tiny quilts will be so very loved.

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  18. Great work Maria - I love that the star and the skinny hanging is a great idea. Lovely to have Christmas quilts for newborns too. xx

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  19. Wow, you got so much achieved!! Well done you!! Love the little ornament and the hanger - I may have to check them both out

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  20. Hi Maria , I love all your sewing. Especially the skinny Christmas trees. You seem to be very organised for Christmas.

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  21. Hello Maria! Wow that prairie point ornament looks like a bit of fiddly work,, but golly what a great result - very nice! Lovely quilts for the NICU bubs - great colours - I've seen lots of these being made around blogland & IG, so that means lots of babies will have some Festive quilty love this year!

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  22. Busy Friday for you! I love your skinny Christmas hanging :o)
    The Prairie star looks lovely - gorgeous fabrics!
    Hugs xx

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