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Saturday, July 20, 2019

July FNSI..

Last evening I joined Wendy and friends for our monthly sew in ... well I didn't sew but spent time going through my huge scrap box and fabric tubs to find fabrics for my " Scrap Bin Sheep" .. 


It's another fantastic design by Toni Alexander from Red Boot Quilt Company   and it's my No 6 for "Sunday Stitchers UFO Challenge "... It would nice if it is the No drawn this week ???????







and to finish the evening I made a nice cuppa then sat and did  some Beanie Knitting....

Thank you Wendy for another relaxing evening of crafting with friends..
 You can visit everyone and see what there did  HERE....



Must away and find some more "Sheepy" fabrics....

Happy Stitching,

Hugs  Maria 😊

18 comments:

  1. I have been knitting too. Cute sheep.

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  2. Hi Maria beautiful work my friend,you had a good night,well done xx

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  3. Oooh, those sheep! They must be a special Aussie breed, I think. Too cute.

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  4. Love your sheep, they are so cute. Hugs,xx

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  5. Your sheepys are coming along nicely
    Nice colour beanie

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  6. Love your sheepies, I have that pattern sitting on my sewing desk awaiting attention!! (Along with all the other projects!!) Love Toni's patterns. Hope #6 comes up for you this week. Great beanie knitting, wonderful colour.

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  7. Adorable sheep and beautiful pink beanie!

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  8. The Random Number Generator god must have been listening! it will look great!

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  9. Those little sheep are so cute. That will make such a cute finish. Love the color in your beanie too.

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  10. I love the color of the beanie. Happy sewing friend.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  11. LoVe your sheep... so cute...xox

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  12. Love your sheep.
    No fair, I want to knit.

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  13. Those bright sheep are full of energy! They would give nice wool for beanies and socks...

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  14. What cute little sheep! I love the color of your yarn.

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