"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Vicki's new block!


Have you been making Vicki's "On My Heart" BOM's?
If not, you should be - they are soooo pretty!
Today she released block 4 and I think it's the prettiest block so far - Vicki's blocks get better and better!

I'm going to lie low on my blog for a few days as our monthly internet quota is at 97% and it's still 4 days until the new monthly quota kicks in.
I promise I'll have a few yummy things to show you when I'm back online - and a free design for you to play with too!

Have a wonderful week!!
Hugs
Jenny



13 comments:

  1. Gosh to think how much sewing I would get done if I couldn't use the internet for 4 days.....nawww never gonna happen LOL.

    Have fun!!
    Crispy

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  2. Internet quota, boo hiss! I'd be in real trouble with that, as much as I'm online, lol. Gonna miss you *sob*

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  3. Awww Jenny you say the sweetest things :) Mega hugs to you and thank you for your lovely comments. I hate those words...internet quota!!!

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  4. Thankfully here in the UK, I dont have an internet quota, but I do pay a lot for my broadband. Which (touch wood. fingers crossed and so on) has always been pretty fast....
    Take care and enjoy a few days sewing.... or packing!! hugz xxx

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  5. Hello Jenny sweets! :-)

    Vicki's new block is absolutely stunning isn't it?!

    Have fun with that sewing and stitching of yours! I look forward to seeing your new designs!

    Much love
    Vikki xx

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  6. I am curious about your move to Queensland...why are you moving? how does one get from Western Australia to Queensland - fly? drive? I'm sorry but I don't know much about Australia but am very interested in learning. I love your patterns and am enjoying learning about your country. Thanks Jenny!

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  7. Judy, we live on the very south west of Australia, and we're moving to the very north east - a diagonal journey as the crow flies, but not for those driving. We will be driving to our new home (hubby has a new job there) over a period of 9 days, averaging 1,000 klms per day for 7 days and 2 rest days on day 4 and 6. :-)

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  8. thanks for sharing the link Jenny.Oh my god I don't envy you with all that packing!yikes!!!!Good luck with the move and looking forward to hearing how it goes cheers teri

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  9. Love your blog Jenny. I just ordered the Shabby roses BOM from your Etsy acct. I received a mini quilt with the Beauty block and fell in love with it.

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  10. Hi Jenny, if you visit my blog there's a price for you!
    Lots of love, Elisa

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  11. Hello Jenny, Good luck with your packing and drive safely. How many patchwork shops could you visit!!!!
    Happy days.

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  12. A break from the comp is a good thing at times... hope you enjoyed it! 8-)

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  13. Thank you for the block of the month of stitcheries, they are beautiful and cant wait to finish them.

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