Wednesday, August 17, 2011

I can't think of a clever TITLE!

So just enjoy what I have for you today.....

Some flying geese added to two of my Modern Sampler blocks....


Decided to set this one 'on point'....


And the geese are flying in a different direction here....



And a pretty little bag for my herbal teabags, which will sit on my desk at work...



 Made with fabric from Provence, some ric rac and machine embroidered....




Much nicer than a plastic zip lock bag, don't you think?

Thanks Mary for the tutorial and the inspiration!


Linking up with WIPS over at Freshly Pieced!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Happy Sewing!

SUZ

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful sewing, Suz. I love it all.

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  2. I have loved your modern sampler from the beginning and the flying geese are fantastic on it too.... the little bag is great...
    Hugz

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  3. The flying geese look terrific. I daren't think about going back to work after the summer, I might need something stronger than tea!

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  4. I like the way the geese are flying in different directions. Love your tea bag bag. If you made a bag for it it would be a tea bag bag bag, okay I'll stop there, just a little bit of silliness. It must be lovely using some of the fabric you brought home from your holiday.

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  5. Your flying geese are gorgeous! Love your sampler blocks :-)

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  6. Love your work. I think on point was perfect for that block!

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  7. Oh wow! I love the flying geese on your sampler. And especially that they are going in different directions. On point is perfect with all the pointy geese! Love it...and your little tea bag pouch...LOL!

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  8. Great to see you cutting into your Provence spoils! A very clever idea for tea bags, plus it will remind you that you should come back to France!

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  9. Love the colors you are using in your Modern Sampler!!
    Your tea bag sack is darling and will look so much better than a plastic bag sitting on your desk. Great work!!

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  10. I love the colours in your sampler...very fresh looking!

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  11. Absolutely love the colors you are using!! Your title to this post is the one I want to use every single day!

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  12. I know what you mean about not being able to think of a cute title. Sometimes I find that more time consuming then writing the whole post. lol Love your geese going different directions, very interesting.

    Question, how do you get the numbers by your blog comments?

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  13. I really like the greens you used in your modern sampler block. Your tea bag is such a clever idea! Very cute, too. :)

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  14. The geese look terrific and your charms arrived safe and sound in my mailbox today!

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  15. The flying geese look great! They're lovely next to the star in the first image. Would love to see the whole top...will you show it next week, please?

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  16. Love the colours on the flying geese! And the ric-rac on the bag is fab, I love that stuff!

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  17. I'm loving your fabric and colour choices here! It all just looks fabulous together.

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  18. Oooh, love the flying geese! This is going to be such a beautiful quilt. Can't wait to see the whole thing finished!

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  19. Love your tea bag bag, a really lovely way to use your French fabric, and something you can look at and use every day.
    Love your flying geese and sampler blocks, gorgeous colours.

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  20. What fresh and pretty fabrics you have chosen for your sampler. I love the provencal fabric too.. so strong and vibrant.

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  21. Lovely work Suz and I particularly like your fabric choice and the block layout. The little bag is cute and I have a fondness for French Provincial fabric. Thanks for leaving a lovely comment. Take care.

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  22. What a good idea to make yourself a bag for tea instead of using a ziploc bag! :)

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