The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, December 15, 2008

Been a while

It's been a while, busy with work after my recuperation, hit a deer on the second day, took a little joy out of returning to work, especially since it was Jim's Jeep I wrecked. Jim is doing so, so, good days, bad days, and so it goes. Winter is here 16 below and the snow as you can see and my wildlife have returned to the house. They give me joy.







Christmas quilt in progress, Three Red Birds, hand appliqued, all wool and machine quilted, one week to finish, going to hang some little heart beads from their beaks, it's for one of my bosses, unless I sell it first. Ha.


8 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about the collision with the deer. I can relate, my husband hit one several months ago & it totaled his car, we really liked that car. But it's great that you're recovering well & back to work!

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  2. Nancy.. it is great that you are posting on your blog again. Wonderful pics..I hope you have recoped from your collison and that Jim is on the mend. Your 3 birds is beautiful.. hope to see more postings and hope the deer have learned to stay Out of your way!!

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  3. Good to see your wildlife back. Glad you and Jim are doing well. That quilt is wonderful! I wouldn't be able to part with it!

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  4. Hi Nancy!! Glad you are back up and at 'em! I am sorry for the jeep and the deer. Your wildlife is just wonderful. I am making a red bird quilt too!

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  5. Oh Nancy, so sorry to hear about you hitting a deer. That stinks. Your wool bird wall hanging is really cool! And love the wildlife pics! Merry Christmas!

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  6. Merry Christmas to you!!

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  7. merry Christmas! thank you for your beautiful pictures.

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  8. Mountain sheep or mountain goats? I always forget which is which. I love them, you sure got some close ups. We go to Montana and other Rocky Mt states on vacation about every other year and love the wildlife.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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