Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Flowerville

My first Flowerville block by Rosalie Dekker" Rosie's Cottage" using Cottage Garden Thread. I did change the shape of the Dresden's.






Also my apologies for not keeping up with all the beautiful blogs and leaving a comment.I had another flare up of diverticulitis which required a 5 day stay in hospital last week. ( those little terrors partying again) I am trying to catch up slowly in the next couple of days. Thank you to all my lovely followers and a big welcome to my new followers:)

Happy stitching.......

18 comments:

  1. well done on your first block, the colours are so pretty and soft.
    Glad you are home again and hope you continue to recouperate at home.

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  2. Lovely work. And welcome back home! Happy stitching.

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  3. Love the stitching with a Dresden border. Hope you're feeling much better.

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  4. Love your version of Flowerville, rest up and hope your health is improving xx

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  5. sew pretty... Hope you are feeling much better now..XX

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  6. Hi Helen ,oh your work is amazing,get better soon my lovely friend xx

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  7. So sorry to hear you have had a set back with your health, many angel hugs coming your way. Love that beautiful block.

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  8. It's beautiful! I'm so sorry you're not well. Feel better soon!

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  9. Liebe Helen,
    ich hoffe, dass es Dir bald besser geht !
    Zauberhaft hast Du wieder gestickt , das gefällt mir sehr.
    Liebe Grüße
    Käthe

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  10. Beautiful stitching Helen and I love what you've done to the Dresden. Flowerville is so tempting... I've been sitting on my hands to avoid pressing the 'buy' button. You are just making it much harder to do ;o) Sorry to hear you've been back in hospital again. You must be fed up to the back teeth with those darned diverticulitis terrors. Hope you get some treatment that works really soon.... take care. Big HUG.....xxxx

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  11. Your block looks great, Helen. I love your dresden. Hope you're feeling better now. Hugs, Christine xx

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  12. Your beautiful stitchery has found a wonderful home inside the dresdens! So sorry about your setback. May our Lord guide you into good health soon that you can leave this behind.......

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  13. love your sttichery and dresden... I am very tempted with that pattern.. I do hope you are feeling better.. you've had a rough time...
    Hugz

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  15. Sorry to hear that you have been unwell again. What a pretty block, lovely stitchery and the petals show it off beautifully. xx

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  16. Beautiful block Helen...boy those party goers play up don't they!!!Hope all is better now.

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