Sunday, July 18, 2010

Ready for part two.... :o)

Ok.. hope so ...because here it is...
Second wall in my first room was for my Schnibbles....

"Summer Cross" 
made in Nicey Jane fabrics...

"Sundays Best"
made in Anticipation ( Thankyou Darlene :o)  fabrics made by Sandy Gervais...
 ++++ a lot of my own fabrics from stash



"Madeline"

Made from Pink fabrics from stash

And finally 

"Picnic"
all made in just old swedish fabrics
from mygrandmother and my aunt... 
and from my work...

Right in front of the Schnibble Parade on the wall ...
I set my table for some dinner guests...:o)

Another Schnibble pattern...
"Tagalong" 
used for my table cloth....


I used all recycled fabrics.. like old table cloths, tea towels...old ones.. and old summer dresses.... and laced the edge... 
And a lovely and sweet summer cloth was born... 

"White Table Mats"
Recycled some old tablecloths in just white.. 
made white table mats to match the cloth ....

"Cutlery Hearts"
And recycled some more and made lovely hearts 
for the the fork and knife or/and the napkins

Picked fresh flowers the day we left my home.. and I just had to replace a few ones during the week.. despite the warm days... amazing... :o)

On the other side of the door... 

I hung my 
"Valentine 2010"


Almost sold this one...  but it went home with me and I am happy it did.... 
Love it so much....
because my friends have made blocks in it.. 
( If I had sold it.. they promised to make me new blocks... but it wouldnt have been the same...  so I am happy to still have it..:o)

2 walls with quilts showed... :o)

Do you want to see more??? 

Hope so... 

My sweet little doll "Miss Hjärta" made it to the press...
she is in the local newspaper....:o)

And "Fabric Flowers" made from a pattern in one of 
Anne Pia Godske Rasmussens books....

She charmed every one... :o)

On the wall above her three little quilts hung....

"Pink Geraniums" 
made for my mother 
Hmm.. think I have to make one for myself too..
Love this flower....

This little quilt was given to my friend Louise ...
it is a Cheri Saffiote pattern...

"Plant Kindness Gather Love"



Made one for myself too... have to find a picture of that one... 
used it the last day at the show..:o)

On top of them my pink little quilt hung... made at a class 
with Leanne Beasley in Trysil, Norway 2007

"Pink Stitchery Sampler"

Oh ... that was a fun class!!!!! :o)
Ordered the pattern for Butterfly Garden then... 
received it at Christmas time.... and have been working on it ever since.... 
and all I can say.. it is finished..:o) Pics will come..:o)

And a little view from the room...
so you can see it from a distance....
and me in my "White recycled tunic"  ... :o)


Getting late here... so I think we will save some pics for later...

Hope you enjoyed these ones...
and thanks for stopping by to see my exhibition....
See you soon... and hugs!!

55 comments:

  1. Oh Stina...everything is just so lovely! I wish I could have been there to see it all in person! :0)

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  2. Beautiful! What a lovely show, thank you for sharing.

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  3. What a lovely quilts you show, Stina! Your colors are so beautiful!
    I love iet!
    Greetings, Cisca

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  4. Gosh så mye flott:-) Syns kaffe duken sydd av kopphåndklær var rå stilig:-)
    Ha en fortsatt fin og kreativ sommer

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  5. Her var det mye flott. Både dette innlegget og det innlegget du hadde i går. Så synd at jeg bor så langt unna. Skulle gjerne vært der og sett alt med egne øyne. Hjertene du har laget til bestikket er jo aldeles nydelige. Tror jeg må prøve meg på noe slikt. Håper det er greit for deg. Ha en flott uke.

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  6. Amazing, Stina. I think you should open a shop. I know it would do very well over here.

    Simply gorgeous work and you can tell it's yours just by the colors and style.

    Great job!

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  7. Just beautiful! And so your style. You made some creative use of recycled fabrics. I hope you had a fun time doing all of this.

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  8. Oh Stina, You've done a marvellous job! I love it all!! It makes me even prouder to own one of your little quilts! Gorgeous!!

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  9. Stina, your table setting is so welcoming!! Love everything you have created especially your use of recycled linens!

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  10. Stina, you should be very proud of yourself. Your quilt display was breathtaking and I am pleased it was a success. Your quilts are amazing!

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  11. I too would love to have seen it all in the flesh so to speak. It looks absolutely fabulous! I love it all. You have done a really fabulous job in displaying everything :) Well done!

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  12. Oh! Stina! I just LOVE this Exhibition sooooo much. I just wish I could see it in real life...perhaps one day :) Your work is PERFECT......
    lzi
    lizsquiz@northnet.com.au
    http://lzilulu.typepad.com/my_weblog/

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  13. Oh Stina! I love your show! Beautiful, and so you. Thank you for the photos, they are all so inspiring. Looking forward to some more pictures!

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  14. I just don't want to leave here -- everything is so beautiful. I adore the cutlery hearts. What a clever idea. And you look so lovely in your dress!

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  15. Your displays-every one of them, are beautiful! Even you in your pretty dress! I love your Pink Geraniums! And, the hearts with the 9 patches.

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  16. I so adore - so pristine!
    Hugs - Lurlune♥

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  17. Oh everything is just phenominal but those cutlery hearts are sooo adorable. Congratulations, can't wait to see the rest!

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  18. Hard to choose a favorite, I really love all your work. Your show is terrific. Congrats !

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  19. So awesome.......absolutely love all your work.... the cutlery hearts with the place mats - now could they be a tutorial for next Valentine's Day, I wonder? :>)

    Love, Viviane.

    vivianepfitzner@aol.com

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  20. Wonderful Stina. It is the next best thing to actually being there and seeing it all. You should be so proud of yourself. Your work is always so pretty and inspiring.
    Love Shirley.x

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  21. Å du og du for en flott utstilling du har hatt :) Skulle ønske jeg kunne vært der og sett de på ordentlig. Du er bare så utrolig dyktig og flink med farger. Gleder meg til å se mer. Har fått mange ideer her til ting jeg har lyst til å lage.

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  22. Oh Stina I do agree...
    Everything is so beautiful and wonderfully presented.
    Simply gorgeously stunning :-)
    Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!

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  23. Oh, your exhibition is just gorgeous, Stina, thankyou so much for showing us. So many beautiful things!!!!

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  24. Woah Stina, you did a really great job. It's a shame we live so far apart from eachother otherwise I would have come. I love your choice of fabrics.

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  25. Woah Stina, you did a really great job. It's a shame we live so far apart from eachother otherwise I would have come. I love your choice of fabrics.

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  26. All I can say is WOW! I love them all! ~karen

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  27. Stina...what a wonderful show! Thank you for sharing all your beautiful quilts with us!
    Hugs,Liz

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  28. your exhibition is gorgeous..........

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  29. Gorgeous exhibition - so light and summery and sunshiney. If only Sweden was closer to Australia, it would have been so lovely to have visited.

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  30. Eg er mållaus, dette er berre så flott, gratulerer!!!

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  31. Wow! How long did it take you to make all of that lovely stuff? This is just beautiful to look at. So wish I could have come to visit your booths.
    You are amazing!!

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  32. Everything is so beautiful. I would love to live in that little house with all your lovely quilts around me.

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  33. Oh I love everything Stina, wonderful creative work , just beautiful!!

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  34. Just beautiful, Stina. WOW! Everything is wonderful and I love the colors. You have been very busy getting this all together. I would have loved to see it all in person but it looks stunning in the pictures.

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  35. Your exhibit is amazingly beautiful and an absolute delight to view! I love all of your creations- you are so talented! Congratulations!

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  36. wow!!! wish I could have seen your show in person, but the pics are so lovely they make me want to stitch up a storm in soft yummy colors with loads of white!...this from someone who loves and mainly works with reproduction fabrics. You are quite adn artist. Thanks for sharing!!!!!

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  37. Dear Stina, I so wish I could have been there to share this joyful time with you. All looks just wonderful. You transformed this empty space to look like home and there you are looking so sweet and pretty in your dress with your lovely quilts all around you! What a wonderful time this had to have been. :-D

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  38. Oh what a feast for the eyes...I am truly enjoying your posts of the show...such a beautiful array of quilts and crafts!

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  39. Hi Stina!
    Thanks for all lovely pics. I really love what you do and wish I can make some nice things too.
    Louise D

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  40. Holy Cow Stina! How many quilts did you make??? No wonder you were so busy. Your exhibition is just gorgeous!!!

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  41. Stina...all I can say is just....WOW!! What a great show!! Makes me feel like trying to get some of my quilts finished...at least!! And I must get back to blogging again.
    Hugs

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  42. Strina I forgot to ask... where can I buy the pattern for the cultery hearts? They looked so cute
    Hugs

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  43. Congratulations dear Stina! It is an absolutely gorgeous exhibition of your work. How special & satisfying it must have been to have all your work so beautifully displayed in one place at the same time. Thank you so much for taking the time to share it with us. When is your Australian showing?!

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  44. So many beautiful things you have made! I wish I could have been there to see your show---it is wonderful. I love the pink geranium for your Mom. Can't wait to see more. :)

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  45. Everything is so amazing, Stina! You outdid yourself. How stunning :o) Congratulations on a beautiful show!

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  46. You outdid yourself! What a beautiful parade of extraordinary Schnibbles!!! They're all gorgeous!
    I love that you stitched the Leanne's House-Sampler in this soft pink...it's so very you!
    Hugs, Julia

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  47. I wish I wasn't an ocean away - I'd love to have seen this show in person. You did a fantastic job and so much work! Congratulations!

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  48. Takk for at du deler. Det er jo bare så herlig alt sammen, lokaler, måten du har stilt ut/hengt opp og laget miljø på og ikke minst alel de fltote quiltene. Så sarte og delikate i farvene, men likevel med litt spenst i.

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  49. Takk for at du deler. Det er jo bare så herlig alt sammen, lokaler, måten du har stilt ut/hengt opp og laget miljø på og ikke minst alel de fltote quiltene. Så sarte og delikate i farvene, men likevel med litt spenst i.

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  50. What a lovely blog and beautiful quilts! I will visit again!

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  51. Beautiful, beautiful - everything is beautiful, Stina. Your attention to details is perfect.

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  52. I'm sitting simply stunned...just seeing all these quilts and projects that you've been making and this gorgeous venue! OH...and I have to comment I think this is the first to see Raggedy with her HAIR on! OMG...Stina!!! She is ADORABLE.....makes me want her!! (it is the little girl in me)

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  53. All so beautiful. I love your Schnibbles and the Leanne Beasley stitchery in particular. Wish I could have come to your exhibition. When are you coming to Australia?

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