Tuesday, May 29, 2012


Candy Dish, BR4, 24 pieces, foundation paper pieced.
Very easy.

Coming near the end.
Until next time
Happy stitching


Sunday, May 27, 2012


In my last post was a triangle named Brigadoon, and I
did not know what that was. 
But  Pip looked it up. Thank you Pip.

It is a Scottish village and also a title of a musical film about 
the magical Scottish village.
I found some interesting trailers of this film, just for fun,
has nothing to do with Dear Jane.
It is since 1954, not so old.


Two more

Brigadoon (What is the meaning  of this word?)
TR8, Reverse appliqué, only two pieces.
It looks like a mask.

Watermelon, LS13, foundation pieced and hand appliqué,
22 pieces.
I see a clown face in this one.

Until next time
Happy stitching.


Monday, May 21, 2012

BR9, RS1, BR12

Sue's Garden, BR9, 18  pieces, hand appliqué and hand pieced.

Tennessee Valley, RS1, 26 pieces and 
Jessie's Stained Glass, BR12, 18 pieces.
Both foundation pieced.

Photographed with the beautiful pictures from 
the illustrator Rébecca Dautremer.

Until next time,
Happy stitching.


Friday, May 11, 2012

One triangle

Cherokee Lee, RS2, 23 pieces.

One triangle this week. 

Until next week
Happy stitching.


Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Two more

Geisha Girl, RS5, 27 pieces.
Dutch Apron, RS4, 15 pieces.
Out in the garden.

I keep changing my mind, 
one day I will have my quilt with the triangles, 
the next day without.

Until next time
happy stitching