Thursday, April 2, 2009

Do you remember...

this little picture...
...Now I can tell you the secret I knew...
It has hopped over the Ocean to it´s new home...
HERE...
It will have a wonderful new home and a fantastic owner...
and I ´m so happy that I could give her a little
...Happy Easter Surprise...
Pat has been the most generous and a wonderful friend...
Some of you might remember a story about a package never coming ...
taking its own travel to Israel before deciding to come to me...
Well short story...
thanks to Pat I got these lovely fabrics... that were just perfect for
Easter... and the Bunnies ...they were so cute...
think they were a perfect match!!
And what do you think happened...
Yes the other package arrived too.. well a bit late...but it came...
So we joke about this ...
when a package is late... that it might have taken a little trip to Israel...
"Bunny Tales"
Pattern by Jo Ann Mullaly
Thanks for a fantastic friendship Pat!!!
I have started on a Bunnyquilt for myself too... stitched two blocks... and then I got distracted ...
started to sew something else... and sewed the pincushion and yesterday evening I started to punch needle...
And oh so much fun this is...
I sure hope Im doing this right...
but I think there is a bunny ...when I turn this whole thing and take a little peek...
...might have used too few rows for the lettering...or maybe I could have used three threads... well I guess I have to learn a lot...
One thing I know ..I will have a lot of fun while learning..
thanks to you Ginger...
Better get back to some punch needleing...have a background to fill...
See you...

38 comments:

  1. Well, look at all these bunnies. The quilt is so cute. Punch needle is fun once I got the stitches to stay in. And I have to get the hoop stand. It looks like you have one.

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  2. Hi Stina, what a lovely bunny quilt...I'm sure Pat will treasure it. And your bunny in the needle punch is very cute too.
    cheers Julz

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  3. Pat's quilt is darling--- I love that designer. I've never needlepunched? Kind of scared to find a new hobby...You'll have to tell me if you like it.

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  4. I can understand Pat's excitement at receiving a package of you. The wall hanging is gorgeous. The fabrics you have used are so lovely - what range/ranges are they from?
    Nic

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  5. Hooray you have tried the needle punch and looks like you are coming right along!
    The bunny quilt is super love all the stitching and choice of fabrics!
    :)Ginger

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  6. Of course I remember this one and I just love the cute eastern quilt :) Your new hobbie looks great too.. Good luck!

    Take care!

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  7. What a treasured gift to Pat and adorable too! I'm sure she just loves it. Cute little punchneedle bunny too.

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  8. I saw the bunnies on Pat's blog last night and was so happy to see they have a lovely home to live in. Your punch needle is adorable, another thing to get addicted to huh?

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  9. I love the look of punchneedle work but I have never tried it although I've seen it in a quilt shop that I visit sometimes.

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  10. What an awesome quilt Stina! I love the stitching and the fabric colors. And your little punch needle bunny is adorable!

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  11. Gorgeous stitcheries Stina on your bunny quilt, Pat is very lucky and how good does your punch needle look...

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  12. What a cute little needle punch bunny. Another craft for you to have tons of fun with. You might get hooked on this, too;)

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  13. Oh, Stina - I'm so happy to be able to Comment on your blog! Love all your 'Baunny Tales'!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  14. Oooooo and I forgot to tell you just how adorable you little bunny quilt is. Pat is a lucky lady;)

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  15. Your gift is so gorgeous!!! How very nice of you to make it!

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  16. Lol... okay I don't feel so bad about sending you a bunny anymore :o) I love that quilt. You did such a nice job. And your little punchneedle project is turning out very nice! Hope your hand is doing okay... don't go overdoing it, okay?

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  17. Lucky Pat, this quilt is so beuatiful. The bunnies is sooooooo cute. What kind of thread have you used in the quilting?? Invisible thread???

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  18. I've only just started punch needle and I wasn't aware there was a hoop stand available. I must keep a look out for one of these. Your little bunny is adorable and look super so far to me!

    The quilt you made for Pat is exquisite Stina. I absolutely love it and how appropriate for Easter.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Hello Stina, I have never tried punch needling...I love what you have done so far....and the bunny quilts. Regards Lyn

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  20. beautiful quilt and I lOVE your new bunny :)
    your just so generous, I love seeing your projects.
    Kathie

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  21. What a great gift! The bunnies are fabulous, but the quilt is gorgeous. She is one lucky lady.

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  22. Pat was so lucky! You did a fantastic job! Pat your back!!! LOL Hey...also lovin that punch needle!

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  23. That bunny quilt is darling. I love that you put browns in it. I would not of thought of that.

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  24. Everything looks so lovely!

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  25. A beautiful quilt, Stina!
    Pat seems to be so very happy for it!
    Thanks for sharing the pics!
    Have a good weekend!
    Mary Ann

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  26. What a lovely bunny quilt! And your punch needling looks like fun too. Have a lovely weekend!

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  27. What a wonderful gift!! The bunnies are too cute!!

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  28. Oh the quilt is just so pretty- love the fabrics! I have bought a punch needle myself, but I am not brave enough to try it yet.... yours look wonderful!

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  29. Bunnies galore! The bunny stitchery quilt is cute as can be! And it looks like you are getting the hang of the punch needle project. I have maybe three punch needle kits waiting on me to do. Just not enough time to try it again after not doing it right the first time.

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  30. Hi Stina...thanks for visiting my blog. Your work is just lovely congratulations on a cute and snuggly bunny quilt.
    Kind Regards
    Judith
    www.creativestudio10.blogspot.com

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  31. Oh, I do love your bunny quilt. Do you know what the fabric range is called? The blue fabric with the birdies is my blog background. I would love to find this range somewhere.
    Your punchneedle looks great too. All so very cute.
    Good to see you have regained your stitching motivation.
    Christine

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  32. What a lovely bunny quilt and stitcheries. Your punch needle looks fabulous.

    I laughed too about your package. I am glad it finally arrived.

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  33. what a lovely quilt ...I've tried to find the designer so I can find the pattern , but I've didn't found it ;-(....has jo ann mullaly an website?

    evelyne
    www.bloggen.be/quiltlien

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  34. Love the bunny quilt Stina, you did a wonderful job, I love the fabrics. Pat is very lucky, I know the quilt has a wonderful home. Hugs Debbie

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  35. Hi Stina!!

    I,m from Cádiz (Spain), I love your blog. I like the bunny quilt so much. Do you send me the patters by email? I´m sorry but I speak english a little because i like to write all things. Do you can any answuer about my comment over the patters? Thank you very much for all. Eva
    evamarinares@hotmail.com

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  36. Oh my! The Bunny Tales quilt is just the cutest thing ever! And teh fabric you used is so delightful.

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  37. I admired the little bunny quilt on Pats blog and had to come see it here:)
    How adorable it is. Beautiful work Stina and a truly delightful gift for Pat.

    Margaret

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