Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Computer Crash

what a pest!  Right at the beginning of my leave my computer CRASHED! Never to be fixed.  So I am working off a little laptop  - not ideal.

But even though I haven't been blogging, I have been stitching and hope to show you some output over the next little while.

My main project has been Ann Daggs.

 Centre block all done included scalloped border.

There are four borders (obviously, lol) but two different designs.  This one is the top and bottom.

This one is the right and left side.

That's all I have time for today (after I reinstalled new camera drivers) but I just wanted to let you know I haven't fallen off the perch.

I hope all who are still blogging are well and happy!

Until next time,



Miriam said...

I love your Ann Daggs! beautiful!

Computers can be very infuriating!!!

Enjoy the rest of your leave.:)

MJinMichigan said...

Your Ann Daggs is fabulous! I especially like the background fabric you chose. Would you mind sharing the name of the fabric? It makes a perfect background for appliqué.
Computers are SO frustrating but I couldn't live without one.

Margaret said...

You are amazing. So so beautiful! I love that scalloped border on the center block. Love the whole thing! Sorry about your computer. :( Funny though -- I prefer laptops. lol!

audrey said...

Too bad about your computer. That's always an irritation! Your Ann Daggs is looking marvelous! Love those borders.:)

LuAnn said...

That is just gorgeous. I have the border fabric just wIting for someday. You are making great progress.

Cordia Remsen said...

Your computer crashing is certainly bad news. And it’s not a good way to start your leave. It’s a good thing that you’ve been stitching. That probably provided a good diversion from all the headache your computer has caused you. How is your computer now, btw? I hope it has been fixed.

Cordia Remsen @ RBSMN

Karen said...

Love the birds on your applique piece.

Erik Barker said...

Now that is quite an inconvenience. At least you had a computer device on standby, though it would be best to have all of those working for you. I hope the desktop is up and running already. Good day!

Erik Barker @ Cell Phone Repair

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