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

Thomas Moore

Friday, June 7, 2013

"A Season By Hand"...


They are a gorgeous mother and daughter team whom I love!

At the moment they are running "A Season by Hand" with wonderful tutorials and patterns shared by a whole list of their blogging friends!
There are also prizes to giveaway, and 'joy oh joy', I am one of their sponsors with a giveaway bundle of 8 Elefantz patterns, which includes block 1 of my new Daisy Days BOM
Visit THIS blog post from Clover & Violet for all the wonderful details!


Are you stitching my latest Shabby Roses quilt, BEAUTY?
A block each month is available inside Elefantz HOMEe-zine, but you can also purchase them month by month in my shop as an instant PDF download.
The block for May was the largest centre block...

...and the block this month is the top left corner block...
Both blocks can be found HERE.

This weekend I'm playing with a pillow which will feature in the July issue of my e-zine. My first "Sweet Dreams" issue...
Loving the green pindots.

Enjoy your weekend. Smile, stitch, dream...
Hugs

Jenny
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8 comments:

  1. Hi jenny could you please share what fabric line is the gingham you used in the bom for your magazine? I bought another piece to use but I cant get that gingham out of my mind! Thanks!

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  2. Hi Jenny have out you as a favourite on my new blog as I just love your work. I am a complete newbie to sewing and would love to try your designs but fear they are way beyond my limited capabilities. Am hoping one day I will be able to try one. Thank you for a wonderful post.
    Lots of love
    Dorothy
    :-)xxxxxxx

    crochetknittingsewing.blogspot.com

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  3. ME TOO JENNY !!!!!! CUTE
    somewhereinstitches.blogspot,com

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  4. Lorene, it is Brenda Riddle's "Hill Farm" line of fabric.
    Yep, it's gorgeous. No wonder you can't get it out of your mind!
    Hugs
    Jenny

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  5. Love the pindots, too. Your composition in that photo is fabulous! I wanted to follow along with that blog hop, but I was confused about where the posts are until you posted. I thought they were on the links at the bottom of the announcement page.

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  6. thank you Jenny! it is now ordered. 3 1/2 yards!!! so I will have plenty! thanks!

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  7. Now I am drooling, Lorene! :-)
    So much loveliness to play with...
    Hugs
    Jenny

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  8. So pretty, Jenny. I, too, love those pin-dots.

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hugs
Jenny
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