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Saturday, December 5, 2020

FnwFs for December 2020

 Last night it was the first Friday of the month and time to join the lovely Cheryll  and friends for our last FnwFs  for 2020.... Is anyone else pleased to see the end of this year ??? Do hope 2021 is a much better one.......

Anyway back to what I managed to get done last night...  

Firstly I made the last of these wee Christmas Trees that are little gifts for my Bobbing  friends....

and then I completed and sewed together this row for my WOOFA  challenge also organised by Cheryll . I do love these SALs and challenges as it gets me organised to sew..
Thanks Cheryll ..







When I went into our bedroom this morning this  is what greeted me....

EEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!

Sorry to any nature lovers as this guy was stomped quickly.......

Oh must away , time to hang my washing and then meet my friend for Saturday lunch...

Happy stitching and stay safe.

Hugs Maria ❤

                                                                 



29 comments:

  1. Very cute Christmas trees. I would have been stomping on that intruder as well.

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  2. Oh Maria, I love your Xmas trees. Do you follow some pattern. I’m not sure how you actually assemble these. Any way you can explain to me.
    As for the spider. I’d stomp it too.

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  3. I smiled when I saw your trees. So cute. That looks like a very large spider-wonder what it was.

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  4. Your friends will love their little trees. So cute. Your WOOFA project always looks great and I’d have stomped on that spider too, so long as I had decent shoes on.

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  5. Your little trees are lovely Maria - that spider would not have lasted long here either! xx

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  6. Those little trees are so cute! :0)

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  7. Humm--I love nature too--but I agree with you--it was time to stomp that one out!!!
    Have a great week end-
    luv and hugs, di

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  8. Your trees look cute, lucky friends.
    I'm not sure I could have stomped, more like run for the flame thrower!!

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  9. what sweet little christmas trees! Love the work you are doing on your WOOFA....so many different techniques. The only spiders that get away in my house are the itty bitty ones....lol....we have "Daddy Longleg" spiders in my Mom's home and I always had a soft spot for them since they are harmless and they have a terrible smell when they get smushed so they usually are ignored or moved to a different spot....lol....

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  10. Hello there young lady! Love the gorgeous Christmas trees, very cute and sweet. I bet you sure got a surprise when you saw that creepy crawly. Eekkk alright!Hope the visit with your friend is amazing. x

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  11. Loving you little Christmas trees, and I would have got rid of that spider too. I found something long with lots of legs in my room recently and I managed to dispose of that too. Nature can stay outside.

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  12. Your little trees are beautiful, your blocks look great lined up there. I would have had to run for shoes before stomping!!

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  13. Ewww....icky spider! Your Christmas trees are adorable! I think I need to make some.

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  14. Those trees are so cute. It's hard to believe Christmas is nearly here! Well done on working on your WOOFA challenge blocks - they look great.

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  15. Such cute little Christmas trees. And yes, I would have stomped on that intruder too. You were brave to take a photo first.

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  16. Your Christmas trees are very cute! Good work on your woofa project. I am a non stomper but certainly wield a broom to evict such critters lol!

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  17. Your Christmas trees are adorable!
    I am afraid I am there with you on spiders, I don't like sharing my house with them.
    x

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  18. There should be a ban on showing little creatures with many legs on our blogs!!! haha..... lovely sewing.... I like your trees for your booby friends and your quilt is coming along magnificent.... how far along are you now?
    Hugz

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  19. What a neat project for your SAL, what an icky guest! LOL

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  20. What those trees are so cute. What kind of spider is that? Is it harmless? Eeeeeek.

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  21. Pretty little trees, aren't you a lovely friend! As for that horrible Aussie spider, ugg!

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  22. Those little trees are adorable! I have also admired that quilt on your design wall for some time.

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  23. ah your friends will love those darling trees!

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  24. Love those darling trees what a neat idea...your friends are going to love them!!

    I love nature also....but I would have done the same as you.

    Hug's, Carolyn

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  25. such sweet little trees and your blocks are amazing!!
    That's not the sort of visitor you want first thing in the morning!
    Is it a white tail? I stomp them without any regret at all. Huntsmen fare a lot better, I'll catch and release them happily.

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  26. Your quilt is lovely. When I find big, scary spiders I call the husband and he collects them and takes them outside. :)

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  27. Sweet little trees and your WOOFA row is really pretty! That big old hairy spider needed a good stomping by my way of thinking. He'd truly overstepped his boundaries!

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  28. Morning Maria Love your little Christmas trees
    Thankyou for the card and little handmade gift Not sure if I will be doing Christmas cards this year Still grieving So I hope you will have a lovely Christmas Stay well xx

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  29. Your little trees are gorgeous. I didn't make it to FNWF as planned. We went to the local Christmas market and then little Miss Thea and her family came back to our place for a visit. So no sewing for me!

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