Sunday, March 17, 2013

Bird Dance Takes Flight

Well it took a little while to wing its way to me, but the first installment of the new Sue Spargo BOM, Bird Dance, eventually flew the coop and has landed here.

When Sue said that the backgrounds would be neutral, I was so hoping for grey rather than beige, and I'm happy to say that grey they are!  Or some would say taupe.  Whatever they are, they are glorious.


Each block is six inches square and each is embellished in a different way. Beautiful pieces of linen, ribbon and ric rac, make each background special and unique.  Indeed, they could make a rather gorgeous wallhanging without further addition.

My other project pictured here, is George III, another two blocks completed.


The one above started in Bali, the one below went to Bali in pieces and came back in the same pieces! I'm always overly ambitious with what I can do on holiday, are you?


 I had a wonderful day yesterday with my sisters.  We all went off to Sue's an hour and a half drive from Melbourne.  Sue has a lovely house, one of the most welcoming that I know.  Thanks Sue.  We were surprised by a sneak preview of something rather marvelous.  Keep your eye open over at SSS to find out what that might be.

 I hope you're enjoying your weekend too!

Happiness always,

Deb

4 comments:

Cardygirl said...

Gorgeous projects...I am always overestimating what stitching time I will have on holiday too!

Margaret said...

Ooooh, love your blocks! For everything! I'm still sitting on my Sue Spargo BOM blocks. Not a good thing. lol! Love seeing yours -- maybe it will inspire me to get going. I have too many projects I want to do, so I have the same problem, even at home, not just on vacation. lol!

Lizzie said...

I've just finished January's blocks, looking forward to doing Febs this week and no doubt March will be in my post box this week too!!! Will I ever catch up? loving it though..
xxx

Sue-Anne said...

I've seen some of the Sue Spargo blocks finished and they are gorgeous, I love the neutral colours for a change. Your George III blocks look really good too.