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Monday, October 26, 2020

The week that was and OPAM finishes for October.

 Last week was a crazy week with a trip to the big smoke for GS2s graduation from High School. I hadn't been there since last December so it was great to see DD and family. catch up with my sister as well as some shopping. 

As it's nearly the end of October and I have another busy week I thought I'd post my finishes for the wonderful KRIS for OPAM who keeps us going to have some finishes each month.. Thanks heaps ❤

It was great to finally finish my Christmas Swap . The stitcheries were designed by 12 of our wonderful designers which we could download for free on Facebook at Love and Hugs Group




 









Huge thank you to all the designers for their time to do these beautiful designs...

After seeing Fiona's  lovely top she made on her post  I decided to try and make a top myself with the fabrics I had stashed in a draw. Defiantly not as pretty as Fiona's but I'll get some nicer fabric for the next one..


Over this weekend I made a baby quilt ready to take to a "Baby Shower"  this afternoon.





Must away now and have some brekky before my morning dip....


Happy stitching and stay safe.


Hugs  Maria ❤





22 comments:

  1. Great stitcheries and bunting Maria. Your tops look wonderful, they will be great for summer and the baby quilt is very pretty.

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  2. Glad to hear that you enjoyed your trip to the big smoke and caught up with family and shopping - fabric I hope!!!! Your tops look very comfy and cool. Pretty baby quilt.

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  3. Love your garland, what a great way to finish your stitched pieces.
    Pretty baby quilt.

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  4. very productive ! love your christmas bunting.

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  5. you blog header is pretty and cheery.........
    your swag looks great......you could already hang it up I think......the top looks comfy

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  6. goodness you've been busy! i love your pretty top and all of your makes. so glad you got to spend time with your family

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  7. The bunting is so festive and pretty. I also like your cute baby quilt. Those tops will be so cool for your warmer weather.

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  8. Defiant they may be - but your tops look great! Lovely to be able to see your family - could be a while for us. Your bunting is amazing - I love it. xx

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  9. Beautiful bunting, rather posh with he lovely stitcheries. And your new tops look nice and cool, just what you need over Summer.

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  10. Your bunting looks fabulous, Maria. The tops look good too. I'm sure the new baby will love their quilt. How nice to be able to spend time with your family. We are starting to come out of lock down from tonight. So soon we'll all be able to get together with family. Mum is really missing the grand kids. xx

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  11. Lovely work Maria... on a variety of projects too. Well done xox

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  12. woohoo, well done with the tops. I'm sure they will soon become favourites like mine are.... I love how you have done your swag... great use of the stitcheries. and a lovely baby quilt too....you have been busy and managed a visit to the big smoke too.... it has been a long time since your last trip...
    Hugz

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  13. Your bunting is beautiful! :0)

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  14. Your stitcheries turned out lovely!! I'm just now finishing the original set, so I didn't attempt the Christmas patterns. And now you're making clothing! How awesome is that. I never liked sewing clothing, so I only attempt quilts!!

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  15. How sweet all the swap stitcheries look on your bunting and a nice baby quilt for the shower too. I used to sew clothing until it got less expensive to buy ready made....

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  16. Wonderful little stitcheries. Awesome way to display them to. I love sewing clothes - especially cute ones like these tops that will get a lot of use. Good job!

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  17. Love your Christmas garland. I downloaded the patterns but that was all. Lol. Xx

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  18. Your L&H stitcheries look wonderful as bunting....love them! Very pretty tops too. Enjoy your dip xx

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  19. Your Christmas bunting is so lovely. That top is great, and great use of stashed fabric x

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  20. I just love the Christmas bunting. The perfect use for the stitcheries. I haven't even started mine as yet. Hopefully they will be my Christmas project next year. The tops you made look lovely and cool and I'm sure the baby quilt will be much loved.

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  21. Gotta fall in love with the stitched bunting! The designs are indeed amazing.

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