Friday, December 14, 2012

Busy, busy, busy and fun too!

First off I have had a very BUSY week. I know I haven't posted last weekends Show n Tell from Club, but I will soon. I decided to do this quick post first.

Since the Club meeting last Saturday, I have gone to a Fire Brigade Honours Night, School Prize Giving, School Leavers Dinner, Secret Santa work party, and Ten Pin Bowling with my works social club.

Quilting wise I have finished the Red/White quilt top I have been working on, and cut and sewn Clue 3 of Easy Street this morning.

The Red/White top is finished!
Here's a quick photo of the Red/White top, Oscar was not around to model it for me and see I didn't even unfold that corner, remember this is supposed to be a quick Post!
Yes I still need to trim the corners!
Shhh.... don't tell Brad I have posted this picture of him! They looked so cute together before they went out the other night I just had to share :-)
Youngest son and his Girlfriend 

Finally started Clue 3 of Easy Street this morning (just in time before Clue 4 will be released)

Oh there you are Oscar. He's not really interested in this Easy Street Quilt. He opened an eye to see what I was putting on his back and then went back to sleep!

You can see other peoples East Street blog posts on a 'Linky' on Bonnie's blog. My post is number 238!


  1. Wow!!! You really have been busy! Your red and white quilt top is really pretty. You did a very nice job on it. I won't tell Brand that I think that he & his girlfriend looks real cute together! Your blocks are looking good! Oscar is sort of laying down on the job! LOL
    Happy Sewing!

  2. Great to Oscar on the job of modeling! all looking good.

  3. Oscar makes a great design wall, LOL!

  4. You have been busy! It's that time of year again. I feel like I've been in chicken-with-head-cut-off mode, but it was kid's last day of school today and now I'm officially in holiday-mode! Looking forward to show and tell.


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