Saturday, November 1, 2014

Running out of steam...

for my Polaroid Calendar Series!


Ideas for November were scarce, especially as

 Halloween or Thanksgiving are not really celebrated 

in the Southern Hemisphere.


So for the last in the series, 

this is the best I could do!

More Spring flowers....


I have written some simple instructions, 

should anyone want to make their own 

Polaroid Calendar;

its now on a separate page at the top of my blog.



To make it up to you

 I couldn't resist a mini quilt show 

of the whole series....


This makes me smile!

Summer & Autumn

Winter & Spring


and the backs....



and them all stacked up!



Happy sewing!

SUZ

29 comments:

  1. They look so great all on the line together - great shot! And well done on staying with it. What will you do with them now? Start a mini-quilt wall?

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  2. No matter how you look at them--front, back, stacked--they're wonderful!

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  3. oh this is so fun! Love seeing them all together!

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  4. I did not realize that they were all different colors of the rainbow like that, so thank you for putting them up on the line together! And thanks for the instructions: I really think I might be up for making these in the future. Lovely work, as always, Susan. :)

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  5. I love seeing them all together. What a fun way to celebrate the year.

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  6. I have been waiting for your quilt show. What a rainbow of happiness!

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  7. Dont they look wonderful hanging on the line!! A calendar rainbow of polaroid loveliness! I think flowers are the perfect choice for November.

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  8. This is a fab idea. I just have to find the time to make it now :-)

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  9. What a creative way to make use of Polaroid blocks! Love the rainbow!

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  10. These are so lovely and such a great way to show off the polaroid blocks!

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  11. These are great Susan! I love the way they all look together! You really thought out your color choices....I didn't see that from month to month. The rainbow of color is perfect!

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  12. Wow they are amazing, what a great idea. Are you going to display them.

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  13. Each of them is just so cute!

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  14. Very pretty. Its been fun to be able to follow with each month. Thanks for sharing your fantastic work.

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  15. Well done Susan, they look terrific all together like that - shame that you normally wouldn't display them all at once. I would struggle too to choose images for each month - maybe the four seasons would be easier? And quicker!

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  16. they look wonderful all together like that. Thanks for the instructions - there is so much potential for making these for many different occasions.

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  17. I have enjoyed seeing your monthly calendars, and they look so nice and colorful photographed together!!! Thanks for sharing instructions with the rest of us.

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  18. You are right about November being tricky. I can only come up with the Melbourne cup, so roses would work there. Exams for VCE - no luck there. No fireworks nights any more either.
    Great idea to use the flowers.
    Love the picture of them all strung out together.

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  19. This is just the cutest thing! I love them all hanging in a row like that. I'd be running out of steam too...but, you did it! Yay!! Would your school boys appreciate seeing them all hung in the classroom for a bit?

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  21. These are so neat, Susan! Who would have thought a year ago that you'd end up with such a colorful array of quilts. I'm impressed that you stuck it out. It's just too bad you can't always display them together like this!

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  22. Oh this is fabulous!! How can we resist these, seeing them all lined up so prettily on a line? They look terrific (and I recognize that bright orange flower in your block!). Glad I could contribute here and there--now I need to follow your lead and do something with mine!

    Elizabeth

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  23. The shot on the line is so good, do you have a place you can hang them inside for the same effect? And I did not know you skipped Halloween, interesting.

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  24. Suz I love seeing your calendar quilts all lined up showing off their beautiful rainbow colours!

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  25. I love mini quilts and your whole series is adorable! So sweet and colourful, and I love the pictures of them all displayed together!
    Happy weekend.
    Helen xox

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  26. What will you do next year?! These quilts make a lovely series that you should be proud of.
    November is tricky. How about a horse, a champagne glass and a hat for the Melbourne Cup? :)

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  27. Omigosh! These certainly make me smile too! Totally adorable!!

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