02 November 2017

17 in 2017 October Progress

I'm a few days late this month, but I do have a little progress...

I will link up with Meredith if she can get her internet working again!

I am still slowly appliquéing the borders for my Down the Rabbit hole Quilt


I have been working on my Crewelwork Embroidery - The Mellerstain Firescreen


I have spent most of my time this month knitting a Guernsey Sweater for myself, only one arm to go!


and cutting pieces for 'Lucy's River Terrace'







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14 comments:

  1. Everything is lovely!! That Down the Rabbit Hole quilt is so gorgeous, as is your Lucy quilt. Your firescreen is looking wonderful. And the gansey! Beautiful! What pattern is that?

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  2. love all your pieces and I think your is the first I have seen with the rabbits - are you going to get 17 done this year?

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  3. Love the little animal prints used in the Lucy quilt.

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  4. You've made a lot of progress, what with one thing and another. That sweater is going to be lovely and cosy!

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  5. As ever you have been busy as a bee. Loving your crewel work and your Guernsey Sweater is lovely. Love the cabled pattern.

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  6. Your work continues to be impressive. The colors you've used for you Down the Rabbit hole quilt are sweet and fresh. The crewel work is so realistic and gets more amazing each time you share it.

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  7. I love your Down the Rabbit Hole! And the sweater - so pretty - you have been busy!

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  8. I love the fabrics you are using for your Lucy's River Terrace.
    xx

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  9. Wow! They are all such beautiful projects. I too am doing 17 in 2017. I have been pleased with my progress this year minus the past couple of months.

    Beautiful work!

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  10. Great Fussy cutting on your Lucy's river terrace, you are lucky to have so many perfect pieces of fabric for the centre's. Your Guernsey jumper looks so soft and warm, its been over 30 years since I lived in a cold enough climate to knit. Love your Down the Rabbit Hole quilt top lovely lovely colours, and so glad you are still managing to work on your fire screen. Its very beautiful. Cheers Glenda PS have you done any house work this week LOL

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  11. What beautiful work - as always! I particularly like your River Terrace fussy cutting / fabric choices. Lovely!

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  12. Wonderful progress on all your projects! Your rabbit quilt is stunning.

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  13. You have a lot of progress - all wonderful. Down the Rabbit Hole is gorgeous!

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  14. Lots of lovely projects! Lucy's River Terrace is looking perfectly dreamy with those gorgeous fabrics.

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