Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Birthday Mail, and another Wonky House!

Today I received two more Birthday Fat 1/4 Swap parcels in the mail! Both came with handmade birthday cards, which were so cute - and I admit I am envious of people who can make cards as this is not an art I have managed thus far in life but I think I will have to give it a go before I begin posting birthday fat 1/4's back to these special ladies.

Cathy from Highland Quilter sent me fabrics in chocolates and pinks, and I have mentioned before that I *love* chocolate in any form, but to top it off she added in some threads to match and some real chocolates to tantalise my taste-buds! Thanks so much Cathy!

The very next parcel I opened contained fabrics in sumptuously soothing greens and blues, colours that exactly reflect the beautiful ocean hues just a hundred metres from our home. These beauties were from Marc of Daisy Jayne , and in the echoes of Goldilocks let me say, these were 'just right'! Thanks Marc!

Marc is also a Wonky Houses blogger, and last night she emailed me a photo of her block. Just like so many others who are stitching this block she has made it her own - don't you love the colours!

Tonight I'm stitching a companion cushion to Camelzz...I'll share Elefantzz tomorrow.

Sweet dreams,


  1. Enjoying the Wonky house (home)
    bit like my week at work (wonky)
    I had fun looking for Amy Bulter fabric (enjoy).........
    Sending birthday wishes for Saturday
    Instead of counting candles,
    Or tallying the years,
    Contemplate your blessings,
    As your birthday nears.
    cheers Marc

  2. Wishing you a very happy birthday my friend. And those are such beautiful pressies. xxx


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