Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Projects from Norway and a Win

I always love it when someone takes the time to send me photos of what they have made from my patterns. So I was thrilled when I received these photos from May-Britt, all the way from Norway. These patterns are available from Asne's shop, Quiltefryd, in Tonsberg, Norway. In fact a new parcel of the patterns for the Blue Heart cushion and  Blue Heart wall hanging have just gone to the shop.



Blue heart Cushion

Blue Heart wall hanging
 
Gingerbreadman cushion
 
A Christmas Welcome  cushion
 
Thank you May-Britt, for sending these photos to me. You have made my day.

 
 
 
 
I love blog hopping and reading different posts-- and one that I love to read belongs to Stephanie from Rummage (www.stephaniedunphy.blogspot.com) . I was very lucky to win a bag from Stephanie --- and it arrived in the post a couple of weeks ago. Needless to say, the bag is beautifully made and it now accompanies me to the shops.
 
The bag I won from Stephanie's blog
 
 
 
This Friday night is FNSI, so sign up at  Wendy's blog, www.sugarlanequilts.blogspot.com and join in. Look forward to seeing you there.
FNSI hosted by Wendy


7 comments:

Flickenstichlerin said...

Dear Yvonne,
beautiful pictures and congratulations to your won bag.
See you on Friday,
greetings,
Sylvia

shez said...

Hi Yvonne,what a beautiful job she has done of making up your awesome designs,and congrats on a lovely win xx

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous designs and made so beautifully as well. So happy you're enjoying your new bag.

Christine M said...

May-Britt's projects look wonderful. The bag you won is lovely, Yvonne.

Ondrea said...

Wow! May's wallhanging and cushion are beautiful. Love blue and white combo and your designs look amazing.

Cheryll said...

Woohoo...I can see the smile on your face from here. Always nice to see ones designs so beautifully completed. Gorgeous!

Grethe said...

Lovely to see your patterns ready sewn, May Britt is one of Norway`s best private quilters :-) The shop "Quiltefryd" is comming to our yearly meeting in the Norwagian Guild this coming weekend. Looking forward to seeing more of your patterns :-)