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

Thomas Moore

Monday, October 19, 2015

Block 6 - family...

I woke with a weather-related migraine today so this is a really quick post to share block 6, "Family", of The Christmas Wreath Stitch-Along...


This is the final block so stitch it up over the next week and on Monday 26th I'll have the finishing instructions to display all six blocks as a quilted wreath...


The blocks and material requirements file to make the wreath mini- quilt are free to download HERE until October 31st. 




 I shall now go and rest until my head decides to settle, whilst thanking the Lord for my wonderfully caring husband who made sure I had all I need for the day before heading off to work with instructions to "call if you need anything..."

I love that man so much. 


Have a blessed week,
hugs

 

14 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry you are feeling headachy and under the weather. I hope it clears soon. Thank you for the pattern. Now I'm four behind. LOL I'll try to get two more done this week. It's going to be tough! One of THOSE weeks. =) Prayers for you, Jenny.

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  2. Hope you feel better soon, thank you for the lovely pattern.
    Guida

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  3. I hope your headache leaves you soon. This is such a cute piece which I haven't started yet bUT it is almost that time of year when the cold winds blow and the snow will fill our yards so it seems like it would be a great winter project. I am off today for a sewing day with some great ladies at a local church. Always laughs and haven't seen most of them all summer so will be fun to get together. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  4. I went through the misery of Migranes so severe they would cause some of my seizures and I would end up in the hospital emergency room. Thankfully, I went through the change and they have eased up and it has been a couple years since having one. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Indeed you do have a dear husband who loves you. Take care of yourself!

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  5. I hope that you're feeling better. Thank you for the lovely pattern!

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  6. So sorry to hear you are not feeling too good, hope you are much better very soon.

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  7. Sure hope you are feeling better real soon...just said a little prayer for your health. Hugs, Kathy

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  8. Thank you. Hope you are better quickly!

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  9. Hope you're feeling better soon. They're a real misery. Take care.

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  10. Thank you so very much Jenny Dear. I may not always stitch you wonderful design right away but they are safely filed away for my future use when time allows. May your migraine be gone soon. I know all too well the pain of migraines. Healing Energy Dear...

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  11. Family - now that's a special word! Hoping that migraine is a very short one. Love and hugs

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  12. Many gentle angel hugs and blessings to you. Thankyou for taking the time to share this last block with us while you are feeling so ill. I am sure we would all have understood if it was late. May tomorrow bring you better health and great joy.

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  13. Gracias por tu trabajo. Espero que pronto pase tu migraña. Muchos besos. Bless you.

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  14. Love these so much, thank you dear Jenny - not sure I'll get to it this year, you know what my life is like right now, lol. Praying that migraine stays far away, hon!

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